My dad and I have owned a 35 acres of land in the hilly terrain of Mississippi for three years now. We bought this land back in early 2017 and got it ready for white tail hunting season that fall. Our first year I would call a success; we saw deer almost every hunt and bagged a buck right at the end of rut. The last two seasons have been the opposite with last season only having two hunts where we even saw deer at all. I am looking for some advice on hunting strategy, land management, and habitat improvement. This is our property. We have 2 small ponds, 3 food plots with a stand on each, we have mixed hardwoods (oaks, beech, sweet gum, magnolia) and pine. We're surrounded by other private land owners. 2 of the three land owners don't hunt very much but in the top right corner we have land owners that own about 3 acres that are pretty noisy during hunting season and they hunt their 3 acres. We do have 2 big rectangular patches of clear cut from timber companies near us as you can see in the second picture. We also have the homochitto national forest that borders us from the right. Thanks for your help.