Hey guys, over this season I have learned more about my own property. Mainly, in the past 5 years of owning it I held off on setting up deer blinds as I wanted to understand the deer movement well enough before placing something permanent. After this season I feel confident in 2 seperate locations for elevated deer shacks. One question I have though. Let's say a deer blind is elevated 8 ft. Or 10 ft. In the timber. Are older bucks smart enough to stay away, or be deterred by deer blinds? Do they reroute travel patterns at all in your experience? Not factoring in scent or approach, but just that a deer blind is placed in a traveled area by big bucks. Do they care? I have a great spot picked out on a ridge, but wondering if a blind would do more damage than it's worth?