The guys next to us have 60 acres of timber to hunt, yet they decided to put this stand up 15 yards from the property line facing the fence. There is no trail between their stand and the fence because there's a steep, thick ravine just to the right of that stand that nothing bigger than a rabbit would want to cross. As far as I can tell, with the stand facing the way it is they can only shoot something on my side of the fence or very, very close to the property line that's either coming or going from my side.
These guys are normally pretty decent to hunt around, we all stay on our own side of the fence and they have always been friendly when we run into them on the road and stop and talk. They have a really good property, I can't figure out why they'd even put a stand 15 yards away from the fence like this. What do you guys think?