Hello all, I have recently gained permission to hunt a small piece of property. It is 26 acres and has ag fields around it, a ravine that drops about 30 feet from the field level down to a small creek. I am posting a couple pictures from Huntstand. The property boundary is outlined. I am going to be scouting the property monday in the rain and based on aerial photos put a couple stand markers on the picture where access would be easy. What I know is that to the right of my stand markers is a bedding area and super thick. I think that where the markers are may be to close to the bedding area. I am seeking any advice on where I should focus on based on the photos. Any help would be appreciated. My archery season opens Sept 29th and ends nov 12th so I do not want to disturb the area to much. his is the only property I have to hunt so I want to make it count. I have one hang on stand and one climber. I will be parking at the house on the property and probably walking the field line for quiet entry. I will be hunting this throughout the season but will not over hunt it being its a small plot. With the crop fields around, the creek as a water source, and the thick brush it seems like a great spot. I would be grateful for any help as I am fairly new to this.