There is a 3 acre pine thicket that is pretty nasty on the outside but once get towards the center it is open enough for a stand and some shot opporunities. In the past I've hunting edges of beds, but this area is consitently tore up with rubs year after year. Deer frequent the area. The south portion of it is visible from the owners house. He is always telling me about the deer he watched that morning while drinking coffee. It basically stands alone. There are fence rows running to the east and west from it that they use to travel to and from it. I've never really put much thought into hunting the area, but it has be curious. What do you guys think?