When you input the coordinates into Google Earth don't worry about the degrees, minutes, and seconds. Just leave a space between the numbers such as 44 76 112N which is the latitude then the longitude or second set of numbers and do the same. That should take you to where you want to go.
The coordinates are in UTMs, not lat, long, though you can convert them with various programs. The easiest thing to do is just change your settings on Google Earth to UTMs under the Tools menu, then scroll with your mouse.
However, the Colorado Hunt Maps will now fly to UTMs. Do not type in the E or N, just the six digit Easting followed by the 7 digit northing with just a space in between and it'll do it.
I have learned quite a bit over the past few years turkey hunting and the majority of it was how to get that tom within range. Every article you read is littered with talk of fighting purrs, flydown cackles and clucks. What they don't tell you is now that you've caught that tom's interest and he's coming on a string... now what? I have seen more blown or missed turkeys from lack of experience in this area than I can imagine. If you can't seal the deal than you may as well have left the...