There are turkeys scattered around most of the state. If there is water there probably will be turkeys. My advise is, if you have ever seen turkeys while out hunting deer or elk or whatever or even just driving down the road, that is the place to start. Right now turkeys will be congregated in big flocks and down in the low country where they can find feed. Many cases that means right down in the small towns near feed lots and other food source areas. What you need to do is locate these birds and make a mental note as to the drainage or possible location that they will move to as the warm weather returns. As it warms, the birds will move away from their winter spots and generally up the nearby canyons and into the nearby foothills to live and breed. For example, if you want to hunt in the Fruitland area, now is a good time to go out there and scout, locate birds and try to imagine where they might be come spring. Keep in mind in most cases finding birds is not the problem, what you need to find are birds that are on property that is open to hunting. Good luck, and for lord sakes, when you got one coming in, get your gun up in place and DON"T MOVE!