Open-country real estate calls for the flexibility to toss traditional turkey tactics out the window and use the terrain to your advantage. Admittedly, open country dominates the topography of the states I hunt most, including South Dakota, Wyoming and Montana. Surprisingly though, I've found myself using the same setups on hunts in Georgia and Alabama. Depending on the terrain and the situation, getting in a traditional setup with your back against a tree isn't always possible. Don't let a treeless landscape end your hunt. To leave the field smiling instead of muttering curses, follow these steps.