My place is a thorny brushpile. I have the cover, I just need to draw them to the little bit of realestate that I'm able to hunt. I know there are decent bucks in the area, but getting them there in the daylight has been a miserable failure. Twice I've had mature bucks within bow range when it was too early to shoot. If they would stick around another 20-30 minutes I'd be much happier about it.
I have 4 years of hunting this place behind me and have to do something different if I'm going to get a chance to shoot one of the bigger bucks that are already using the area. I have cover, water, good terrain, good natural mast, and decent travelways. It's pretty clear that I need to do something to tip the scale in my favor to make it happen. I only have about 16-17 acres to maneuver around, so going to them isn't an option. If it was as simple as moving to them, I'd do it, because I know the pattern pretty well.