I have a property in southern Oklahoma that runs west to east. A large creek runs parallel to the south border. My property drops off from north towards south feeding the major creek. On my property there are 4 different deep ravines (15-40' deep) that are drainage from higher ground all the way down to the major creek. The ridges between the ravines are a little more open grass and then drop offs into the ravine with the really thick hard woods.
I think straight forward to use the hardwoods on the ravine edges for good tree stands that overlook the open ridge and down into the ravines. My question is if the feeders should be down in the thick ravines or up on the open ridges? Right now I have them on the ridges and the does and small bucks are killing the feeders, but I wonder if I would have better luck on the bucks down in the ravines?