Looking at a new piece of property. It has minimal trees. There are some trees, but not really tons of acres of woods. 50+acres, but mainly overgrown weeds. Almost like CRP land but it isn't in the CRP program. Suggestions from the pros here? My initial thoughts (other than the obvious topo maps and walking it) are early season to setup a couple days in some observation type stands. This will help, but I guess the real thing I am wondering is if you guys have hunted this type of land what areas should I focus on? Fingers of trees coming off the woods on the topo map seem like an obvious choice. There is a creek on the property which is an obvious section too. Other than the blatantly obvious choices, what would make a buck choose one section of overgrown weeds vs another? Am I just making this too hard on myself? Should I just stick to the obvious places and just see what happens from the stands? Will the deer stick to the traditional hot spots when everyplace they go is essentially cover? I only know one thing for sure this year and this is the Nikon binoculars i purchased with shoulder straps are going to be real handy in the stand.