Looking for advice because this piece of public is different from almost anything I’ve hunted before. The zoomed in photo is the area I’m concentrating on for now. The larger photo is to give you context. This property is a savanna/bottomland area. The savanna is kind of like a marsh with tall grasses and shrubs (chest high) and muddy/wet ground. The only legal parking spot is the black square. The savanna area to the north was just burned and should grow some good food this spring and summer. The green circle is a nice cluster of large oaks that dropped a ton of acorns last year. There are lots of oaks in there and that entire area around the green circle holds water. It was about 6” deep throughout today. The red line is a rub line I found today. The small savanna area to the south was not burned and is extremely thick and tangly, especially along where it meets the big woods. I did not find any beds on the high spots in the water. I suspect some deer may bed along the edge of the southern savanna area where it’s really thick. Wind in this area is typically from the N and NE when we get a cold front. We get very little westerly flow ever. Occasionally a little SW, but that’s about it. How would you approach/hunt this property? I have a plan, I think, based on my bedding assumptions. But want to hear what you guys think.