I have a new, 80-acre lease that I’m still learning. It’s all timber but surrounded by crop fields, and it’s jammed full of deer. I’ve hung a couple stands there and killed two does off the place. But with each hunt and trail-camera adjustment, I have noticed things that could be a bit better. Because the area is all woods, the entry and exit routes, in particular, have been tricky. I’ve bumped deer going in, both on morning and evening hunts. I’ve now moved those stands four times, and each time, I’ve felt better about things. For next season, I think I’ve dialed in on a couple creek drainages that I can use to sneak in and out—but if not, I’ll keep shifting stands.