I've got one piece of ground where there is a group of roe that always stay close to a boundary hedge about 200 yards from my high seat. The seat can't be moved closer, and the proximity of roads, houses etc means that stalking on foot isn't really an option. I don't shoot the ground heavily. Would a salt/mineral block, or possibly one of the attractant blocks sold by Bushwear, be worth trying in these circumstances? The landowner is keen to have the deer numbers reduced, so I'm likely to be coming under a bit of pressure before too long!