OK I know it is hard to describe my land to someone who hasn't seen it but I am going to do my best because I need advice. Basically I hunt a rectangular plot of land that runs deep north and south. about 3/4 of the land is grass fields bisected by hedgerows that run East and West and it lays between two farmers fields. In the back it is wooded. The woods start at the edge of the field and go back about 20 yards. Then after that it is sort of a mix of little grass open areas, brush, briars, and trees for about 70 yards. Then it starts to be wooded again. The property that I can hunt ends right after the briars end, so I usually sit right on the edge of the woods where the other property starts. The West and East sides of the property do not have the brushy area, more like wooded corridors all the way back and on the west side a little creek runs through diagonally. I heard 4 gobbles back in the property that I can't hunt tuesday morning. They were vocal until they flew down. Then one ended up gobbling right behind me in the brush but I couldn't see him. What I am trying to figure out is where to set up. I don't know if I should try and set up by the beginning of the wooded area or maybe back into the brush a little or find a little opening. I have heard you don't want to be in an area where I tom can see the decoys from 100 yards away, so in the wooded area he could definitely see them because this land is super flat, but I have also read and heard they cruise around in the woods a lot. Also I was out there thursday and we didn't hear a peep...but we did get out a little late. Any help would be excellent!