As Hoggetter said let us know where you are located at and we might be able to give you some more help.
On my first turkey hunt I had 3 or 4 different calls and didn't know witch one to use or really how to use them. I even watched a listened to a couple of tapes on how to call but all they did was confuse me. The funny thing was that I spotted my gobbler with a bunch of hens walking up a narrow meadow. All I did was get ahead of them and waited for him to get into range. The hens almost busted me when they got within 5' of where I was sitting but couldn't tell just what I was. The tom was still 40 or so yards away but my trusty Mag-10 10 gage did the trick.
Sorry my son, you live to far from me. Ive taken youths out guided hunting and that just out of my range. Try calling your local National Wild turkey foud. chapter, im sure they have mentored youth hunts.
Understanding wind currents and thermals in hilly, broken terrain can often be incredibly frustrating. I've found that collecting and storing milkweed seed pods during the late summer has made me a better hunter in the bluff country that I hunt. These little feather like seed dispersers will float on the lightest of air currents and will show you what the wind is not only doing right at you're location but more importantly down range. I like to use the off season to float them...