Sorry, but I can't tell much from the photo. I can't tell what is your's, and what is your neighbor's. nor can I see your food plot or tell distances.
But without having any other info, Draw a line from the point where guntharp loop meets 25 to the center of your red A point. there is a clump of trees jutting out on the left of the inside corner. i like that clump for a point that would cover a large angle of that open area. (setting up just inside the tree line) It may turn out to be a deer staging area as well. My best suggestion though, is this. You know where you saw this deer. He was making tracks as the camera caught him. Go to that point, find his tracks, and follow them. see where he goes, watch for a good ambush point along his route, and check the direction of the wind, see if your scent would be wicked away from the deer, along that route, at that point or toward the deer. If you find a couple of good places, set your stands so you can hunt it from different directions in case the wind change. And watch for the does, because he will be. He will want to pass down wind of the does, so he can scent check them.
If you have does gathering, at the same points each day or evening, see if his trail passes down wind of them. If so, try to set up just down wind of him, and wait for him to drop in to check the ladies. If you have a doe decoy it couldn't hurt, and a touch of doe in rut .....might help seal the deal. Good luck.
The only real difference between a good tracker and a bad tracker is observation. All the same data is present for both. The rest is understanding what you are seeing.