Hey caper, hope you're scouting was successful. Sorry we didn't get you answered before you went out Here's a link to a post that was made a while back about scouting: http://www.biggamehunt.net/node/17884
If you are just begining, I suggest in the evenings I like setting up just inside a tree line that borders a crop field and in the morning I like getting close to a trail that leads to a bedding area. You can also try finding funnels, staging areas, oak flats, or other food sources which would make good stand sights
Hope this helps some, Good Luck
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