I'm like some others, I find it hard to be finding rubs right now. All the deer I'm watching are not even close to shedding their velvet yet, but if you are finding good sign. That deer's food source might be in the field and it is a good possibility that the first few days of archery his food source will still be in the field. If that is the case, is there any trees that are big enough to hold a lock on? You don't need to get very high at all in cedars since there is so much cover. I would set up 50 or so yards into the cedars with my stand facing the field, and let the deer pass me for a shot.
For right now though just set up a camera and leave it alone
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