So I have a wee parcel of land that I have access to, about 30 acres in all which hosts a few muntjac and is part wooded... I'm soon to lose this land (or at least enter into a renegotiation) as the current owners are selling up.
I plan to nip down tonight, i've not been for months but know that in the wooded areas the nettles and undergrowth will be pretty high. The last time I was there and shot a munty I was able to put up the highseat in the wood and it was perfect.
So my question(s):
I'm not going to get there until about 7pm. I feel my only sensible opportunity is to use the highseat (which I will have to put up - takes 10 mins max)...
1) in doing so will I cause too much disturbance and hence hinder my chances of success?
2) should I just stick to stalking the ground with sticks (all attempts in the past have been fruitless) or find a good vantage point and sit and wait under a tree looking at the wood?
3) is it even worth setting up in the wood where the ground cover will be high? (Putting the highseat overlooking the wood (from the outside) is tricky/impossible.)
Unfortunately it's a last minute window of opportunity so can't do a recce.
Thanks for any help/suggestions