You need to have a plan to score, and that means accessories. Turkey hunting takes a solid plan to succeed and her e a list of stuff to help you get it done.
Turkey like food and food plots for deer are a great place to look. Deer and turkey eat a lot of the same things and can often be found eating there. Acorn, corn clover and alfalfa are at the top of the heap along with cereal grains like rye wheat and oats. They like bugs as well for protein.
Use the best compound bow you can afford to kill a turkey, and make sure you have quality bow strings on the rig. A top of line rig that you have practiced with will help anchor a gobbler next spring.
Adaptive fishing gear will help pass the afternoon. Turkey hunting becomes work when we go all day every day and its nice to take a break and relax while fishing. Catch a big one and then get your turkey.
Take some colloidal silver before the trip and forget about the runs.
And don’t forget a hog light in case you need to find your bird after dark. They work great.
A Snaro will not kill a turkey.