Keep your gunpowder dry, your hooks in the water, and your booger hook off the bang switch. ><>J
I turkey hunt a lot in Idaho. I can help you out.
In the spring season, you will want to have a turkey call and do proper calling techniques to call them to you. Set up a blind in your desired area and wait. this is the most important part. go early in the morning or early afternoon, before they begin to fly down or before they begin to roost. they will gobble a lot and you will hear them. In spring, you can only take males, referred to as TOMS.
I attached a picture of the one I took last spring.
I took down two last year in area 5, one in spring and one in fall before I moved to Nampa. I am going to Garden Valley, ID to hunt on opening day this Saturday. I hear there are a lot of turkeys there.