where to hunt new parcel?
Like 'nitebite' said" just north of the middle" not a bad place to start. I like that you've gotten the pic's to scout ahead. Where you have access is key. If you can use the creek to get to a stand (waders or canoe) undetected by the deer,your odds go up. I'd set up observation stands, on high ground if possible, and not even worry too much about shooting a deer the first few times out. Figure out their patterns.Probably food right now is key,with cover from really bad weather in consideration(like pine stands). get a canoe and drift the length of the creek and look for deer crossings.Should be obvious this time of year where they are crossing. Not so much in the extreme cold but they will cross in milder winter conditions. Bring binoculars! Mid-day,when nothing is moving but squirrels,cut across one of those open fields and look for where the deer have bedded down overnight AND which way they went after they got up. That's where they are bedded down NOW! Probably looking at you from their beds(Or smelling you, not to worry they probably won't move as long as you stay far away from them). A trail cam would be ideal set up on those field's,or power line easement,if available.
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