I am taking my rattling horns this weekend, and will do some very light rattling in the morning, and then I have a place I found in September, but have not been able to hunt because of the wrong wind direction. It is bounded on the South by a small lake and the levee on the East side, which is overgrown thick and not traveled by the deer, on the North side there is a trail from the East going into a big stand of oaks on the West. Glad to finially have a SE to SSE wind. Thanks for the advice, I have given up gun hunting this year, just to hunt this area. I've taken a doe, not it's time for a buck, hopefully. Can't get'em if I'm not in the woods.