I'd appreciate some thoughts on the following problem:
On my permission, there is a perfect spot on a small knoll overlooking a secluded corner of a very large field. The corner is in a dip, bounded on two sides by dense forestry that is not on my permission. Roe love this little patch, with 2-6 appearing there every dry morning/evening (they come out of the forsestry, and never move more than about 50m away from it).
The knoll is really very small - not more than 2m high, 4m across, and the last 50m of the approach has to be done as a flat crawl. There is only one route to it that keeps you out of sight of any deer in the dip.
It is the perfect ambush spot, and I've had 4 deer from it in the last 2 weeks. It's the one place I can be almost certain there will be deer.
However, the grass is now about to get high enough that it will no longer be possible to take prone shots from the knoll. Standing is not an option - at least not until the grass is at least waist high. Even then, I'd be a little unfcomfortable shooting off sticks, since the deer are usually 150-200m from the knoll.
What would people suggest?