Similar to a spring hunt, hunting fall turkeys gets easier when you can locate the roost. A consistent roost is your only given in some areas, as the birds might have multiple options where they can feed and water. This constant variable means if you can find the roost, you will be in birds every day.
In the open, flat country of the Dakotas, Kansas or Nebraska, the task is relatively easy, as sometimes the only trees are located in river bottoms or around cattle tanks. Find a good vantage point to spy on a section of land the birds are frequenting, and you can find the roost. For the rest of us, finding that fall flock of gobblers takes a little more work.