If you have any sort of woodsmanship you are one up on a lot of first time turkey hunters. Calling and camo are not as important as an ability to read sign, you need to be in the right spots, and the patience to sit still. I started in '86 with a brown flannel shirt on, a cheap slate call, and one day of scouting. God was good to me, a nice tom showed up, and I got him on his takeoff, when I swung the gun up. I didn't think he could move so fast. Be ready to take one from the opposite side your used to, gun on opposite shoulder to lean around a tree, that comes in handy. Don't quit when gobbling has stopped, they still are going to show up if your in the right place. Best of luck to you, and with perseverence, luck improves.
Born twice,die once!