I guess the only thing I could really add, is that if you're riding across anyone elses' property that even if you have permission, to ask if the landowner is planning on hunting turkeys. You may have permission to cross, but it is irritating if you've been sitting there, hunting since dawn to have someone on a horse, atv, bike, walking - whatever, just go on through.
We had a situation like I'm describing happen a week or so ago. A neighbor, that had been told several times to CALL first before attempting to cross our property just decided to disregard our request to let us know before she showed up. The reason being the path off the farm is often blocked off with electric fencing, the path to the back may be blocked, or it just may not be safe to cross for any of 100 different reasons. Well, she went out & stopped right in front of my husband's blind where he was hunting. He'd been out there for hours, and she was instantly apologizing up & down for not calling. We've told her this is her last warning - call first or we'll pull permission.
I could go on about her, but long way around it - it never hurts to double check. If you're nervous about hunters, ask if there should be any out there. Just because season is open doesn't mean there's a hunter behind every tree.
Ask Often, Demand Nothing, and Reward Generously.