This is more a probe for a little encouragement than anything. I have 60 private acres in South Eastern Leelanau county, which I am living on. The 60 is mostly steep oak covered ridges. Some larger white cedars ( I think that's what they are, kinda blanking now ). There are a couple of the valley areas that are filled with maple saplings for undergrowth. For the most part, it is high hardwood type land. A few hundred yards to my west there is a cherry orchard, and on the opposite side of that 40ac is an apple orchard. There is no significant water source in the woods, there is west grand traverse bay, but I don't think they water there. The bay is at the bottom of a pretty serious bluff. I have set 4 stands and hunted them a few times. I have seen some encouraging sight, mainly a doe with two fawns and a healthy 1.5 year old 3 pt. Problem is, they are all I see. I have seen them multiple times, in every corner of the property, from my front yard (tonight!) to the back corner. Should I assure myself other bucks with come by when the rut gets closer? Is it possible they are the only deer around? If the property was better deer ground I might not worry, but it's marginal ground and I have put a lot of eggs in that basket so to speak.