Most of the time, it’s best to call a wild turkey into range, and squeeze off a shot aimed at the standing bird’s head and neck. You’ve tried that. You’ve failed. Though it’s not the best way to anchor a spring gobbler, there are situations when taking a turkey on the wing is the only option, especially after missed chances, or worse yet, when that bird is wounded. Shooting flying turkeys is almost always a Plan B option. Still there are ways to do it right.