Is that little birds eye view the only amount you get to hunt? It looks like there is water nearer the quarry and those are mostly woods. You see what looks like 8-9 cedar or otherwise evergreen trees, on each side there seems a little path(trail) they converge at the top and that is near what looks like a ridge of very heavy timber heading at an angle towards the quarry some bit aways. I would sit above the cedars about where they will create a pinch point just off that lone farm house. I doubt that any deer would cross much at the drive way and I think they would be going up that ridge.
So if it is the same pic I am looking at, Id say in the upper NW corner, trying to catch deer going up or by that ridge trying to get around that house. I just seems that with all the highways and roads that circle it, them woods and that thick ridge will be where all the deer are.
I would possibly try and get in that line of trees that seems to be the thickest. I would think that they would stick to the heavier cover with all the houses around. And travel those trees or on the edge of those thicker or bigger trees. Didn't know how much of that you got to hunt so that is also why I was just thinking those trees.
I can't give advise untill I have seen it with my own two eyes.
tracks,rubs,and scrapes food and cover areas.
book me in on the third week of DEC. and I'll place a stand site for you OK!!!
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