My favorite "pay off" stand site that doesn't overlook a feeder or food plot is a spot that's near a point where a very thin and broken line of small trees comes across an adjacent pasture and intersects with our fence. This line of trees actually travels across the entire pasture where it meets another fence and adjacent wooded area much like our property. Deer and hogs alike use it like a highway to travel between the two wooded areas where they find food and cover.
In most cases I wouldn't tout a stand site that's near a fence, however in this case all the deer-holding habitat is on our property. Also, the adjacent landowner has given me permission to enter his property and retrieve any deer I shoot so long as I kill every hog I see crossing his place.