Long and narrow, these benches run the length of a hillside, giving bucks a hidden lane from which to scent-check for hot does on rising or falling thermals over a large area. You'll often find cruising corridors studded with hot scrapes. Look for a place where a hillside highway is intersected by a draw, ridge, fenceline, or other funnel; this X marks the spot for a great site to sit at any time of day. Hang one stand on the high side for morning hunts and another on the low side for the evening. If the wind gets squirrelly, bail out. Otherwise, sit as long as you can; eventually a bruiser is bound to cruise by.