Here is my scenario. I have some pictures of a couple decent bucks. I have seen the one on the hoof several times this summer. I haven't seen any on the hoof recently and pictures off trail cameras have not been consistent. The two guys hunting a neighboring farm have some recent pics of the big one I am after. They are setup right on the property line. What would you do? I know he is in the area. I just think he is avoiding my camera. Should I say screw the wind and try to hunt areas I have permission where I think the big boy is coming in which the other guys do not have access to? I saw the guy out there last year every single day. I really think he is going to burn out the area and make the big boy shift his woods or make him camp out in the corn. I am scratching my head on this one. If I hunt sparingly and leave my sections of woods/fields as safe havens I think I would actually have a better shot at this buck. I am leaning towards hunting some observation stands and then zeroing in on where I need to be. This guy has a couple fixed stands and I really think I could benefit from his hunting practices. What do you guys think? Stay back and hunt observation stands while he burns out his stands? Take the chance of him tagging the big boy in the first couple of days, but hope he pushes the big boy my direction as a result of his overhunting?