Well to begin with i would immediately start practicing with a call, whether it be a slate call, mouth diaphragm, or box call. I would also get out in the woods and start scouting to get a general idea of where the birds roost at night, and where they go after they fly down from roost. Find some good areas to setup your blind by looking where turkeys have been scratching on the ground, or where some strutting zones are by wing-marks on the ground. Other than that, turkey hunting is kind of a learn-as-you-go process. If you have someone that has hunted turkey before that would be willing to call for you for your first hunt that would probably help out too. My dad called for me my first couple of turkey hunts, but I've started doing it on my own now. Good luck!