A friend has about 5 acres heavy thicket with about 2 acres cleared and we have seen quite a few deer tracks. Her son had walked down to the almost dried up creek at back of property and he was surprised what tracks he saw. He saw hog, deer, and he got really excited seeing some really big cat tracks. Her son set up a feeder and also an 18' tree stand. Bow season opened last week and he saw some deer but couldn't get a shot off. I was out there a few hours in the afternoon and when we were leaving around 5:30 P.M. I said let's go look at that felled tree across the lower driveway. I wanted to see if someone had cut it down or what happened. It appears it had been dead for a while and a good wind took it down by breaking the trunk off about 2' above the ground. While we there we saw 4 doe and one fawn near the feeder. I am guessing the buck might have been back in the thicket. We left before seeing if he was even there. Well it looks like I just might get to use my Marlin 336c 30-30 and take a hog or a deer this year. It will be my first if I do get one. I am looking forward to getting out there. I need do some sighting in my scope.