This. My parents own 90, but our neighbor to the east owns 147 and hasn't allowed hunters in over half a century. She lets me run cameras on her property, and most of my bucks I've shot over the last few years were frequenting my mineral stations on her property far more than our own. We draw them over with a balanced doe herd during the rut, and our food plots during early fall and late season. As for the management side, if I ever get to purchase my own land, I think I will be contacting my state forestry department to get in touch with a few local consultants to talk about my management plans. I have a solid working knowledge of management, but I've been following a few land threads over on QDMA, and the advice they received from their state agencies about all of the cost share programs, resources for trees, shrubs, assistance with controlled burns, etc., and just developing a plan based around YOUR goals is invaluable.