I have killed several easterns with a bow. I always try to find an area that the gobblers are strutting in be it an old roadway, a field or a cut in the trees. On my land the turkeys tend to hit the fields when it rains so I set up a ground blind on the edge at the beginning of season and hit that spot with my bow when it rains. But by far the best set up for trying to take one with a bow is via ground blind.
"Blow blow cold north wind, blow those mallard greenheads in.."
"Kill counts are for snipers and fighter pilots, not duck hunters."