Thats a great question, i once had that problem because one side of my property is boardering public hunting ground (where the first deer they see is a dead deer), and the other land was leased. But actually having this kind of situation works well because the deer will get pushed onto your property (that is if you have adequit brush and at least 150 acres). We also planted all our roads with food, put out a few food plots, put out deer cane and rackup minerals on heavily used trails (which makes it easy for you to find what area has most action due to amount of minerals eaten). And if you want to be more inquisitive you can put out cameras to see when the deer are there.
In the darkness, the hunter stumbles through the underbrush, making noise and leaving his scent seemingly EVERYWHERE!
Daylight will be here in 30 minutes and he wanted to be in the stand an hour before daylight.
"I know I left that stand RIGHT in this area last night," he mutters under his breath, "but where is it now?"
He traipses back and forth in a zig zag pattern, getting himself overheated and sweaty, but never finding the stand he left there the previous evening – and eventually sits on a...