Fall gobblers are gonna be hard to make talk, but it is possible to get em to gobble. You will here gobbles early in the morning, but when they hit the ground, they usually shut up(in the fall). Your best bet is to do your scouting and try to locate where they are roosting and slip in bright and early and set up 100 yards or so to the roost...do not scare them outta rost...bad deal!! Sun starts to creap up, give a little purr or a faint yelp. Don't get too loud though. One thing to remember, a bird doesnt always gobble when coming to a hen, silent birds are the hardest to kill. Experience will help you cope with silent birds. Your best bet is to practice on your calls, especially diaphram calls, master the cluck, purr, and yelps and do all your scouting to know the birds habits. I recommend buying you a book and reading up on turkey habits and tactics to hunting turkeys. I have been turkey hunting for 10+ years and still learn something new about turkeys each time I go hunting. Thats what makes it fun though.