After an unsuccessful morning of sitting, many turkeyhunters will walk and call before leaving the woods. Typically, they'll go frompoint A to point B, calling every 50 yards or so. Reaching point B and hearingnothing, they'll continue to call as they circle back to the truck. • This can be a mistake. A gobbler might well have responded to your calling,and while you're taking another route, that tom may be standing in your boottracks, wondering where his girlfriend went. • After you've walked and called for a considerable distance, it often pays toretrace your route. Be alert--the tom you didn't hear might be just ahead.