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Mountainous Property

Old 05-30-2022, 06:16 AM
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Attached is a topo map of the property. It is about 200 Acres. Are you able to tell any useful information of where hot spots might be based on the terrain/water features? This is in the southern Appalachian mountain range if it helps.

Thank you so much! I am a novice hunter so any information is useful. I know deer and animals in general like to use waterways as travel corridors so I am thinking near the creek/pond is probably where would start.

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Old 05-30-2022, 07:49 AM
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I can't tell much from the photo of the map but I can see loow areas between high areas. Look in the low areas for deer trails and look for places where there is a pinch point where sevdral traild come together and merge into one trail because of the terrain. There is nothing better than boots on the ground walking the area to see what is happening.
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