On my lease I have an area that is best described as a "plateau" with spotty scrub oak and scattered Yaupon along with native grasses.
Its about 75 ac in size and rises up from a creek on the west where some deer travel. There is a ravine running west to east that funnels some deer from a bedding area to the east. I have seen, what I believe to be a good buck 2 years in a row, coming out of the ravine at dark.Never see him except at last light or later. Don't have a permanent blind up there, but have hunted pop ups several times. Tried just sitting under a tree camo'ed up, but got busted last Saturday night right at "too dark to see clearly thru scope". He didn't know what I was, but didn't like it and moved off. I was unable to get a good look at rack, so I didn't take the shot. I walk in over 600 yards to the site and play the wind. Think its just a matter of catching him being a little early (more light) A permanent tower stand would be awesome, but I don't know how we could move one in. Access to this area is tough, if not impossible by vehicle.