I own 20 acres I hunt on with an additional 7 acres to the north and 40 acres to the south. The landowner on the back side has the entire bottom of crop field (around 500 acres) with several small acreages of trees throughout. There is a small plot to the north of the 7 acres, which the guy who has the large acreage also owns. This plot is a good bedding area. One of the large landowners relatives has put a hand crafted wood stand in a tree that is on the fence row adjoining the middle 7 acre plot to my north (which I have permission to hunt on). The stand clearly faces the 7 acre plot to the north(a differnt landowner which I have permission to hunt) and the bedding area which is the large landowners property. The question that comes to my mind is why does someone crowd onto a small landowners plot when they have the entire bottom. If it were me I would setup on the large area back a ways and look for the deer to come out of the bedding area onto the large acreage. They end up out there anyways.