+1 get out early an walk,if your anywhere where jus any body can hear, you will not be the only one on the bird.We hunted this weekend on the youth hunt an it was crazy how many people were out there,it should be a busy opening weekend.Turkeys are everywhere, you just gotta put the boots on the ground, find the sign, spend some mornings listening, and get as far away from others as possible. I have seen and killed them from the archery area by the ranger camp all the way out towards the old area 11 by freeport.
I scouted 4 different areas yesterday and we killed them in 3 of them last year, only saw sign in 2 this year. They move and different areas have pressure every year, you really just gotta burn some boot rubber on eglin especially first thing in the morning listening.
I know that is just a generic and unhelpful answer, but honestly no one is going to give you a hot spot and there are a decent bit of turkeys in every area.
Like I said man, they are everywhere and in all the areas. I'm not and I doubt anyone will tell you specifically where they have seen or heard a bird. I hunt 4 different areas and usually hunt about 20 days of the season, I see them everywhere.I know you have to get out and scout and I'm not asking for someones hotspot. I just got back into town and was looking for where people have seen them for a starting point. I put in 60 hour weeks, don't exactly have time to move all over the range.