Wild turkeys have excellent vision and can see in color. Lack of attention to detail can undo your camouflage strategy. Without gloves and a face mask, a wary gobbler will likely spot your head or hand movement no matter how well your body is camouflaged. For good camouflage and safety, avoid the gobbler-head colors of red, white and blue. A T-shirt showing beneath your collar, sock tops showing if your pants ride up or a handkerchief hanging out of your pocket can all be spotted by wary gobblers and other hunters. Camouflage finished shotguns are a great help in the turkey woods. Sitting out in the direct sunlight spotlights your every movement. Stick to the shadows and patchy sunshine for best concealment. Don't skyline your silhouette by traveling along ridge crests; instead, take a sidehill course along and around ridges. Good camouflage blends best with appropriately matching surroundings. Pick a good spot and sit still. You'll be darn near invisible to gobblers.
*Highly Recommended Camo Pattern