B&C 180 Class
Join Date: Sep 2010
Location: North-Central Missouri
honestly it's a draw. You are probably good to leave the stand, but make sure you watch your wind so you don't ruin your hunt. I like to do plenty of scouting the area before I place a deer stand. I look for deer signs like rubs, trails, scrapes, deer droppings, etc... Also look at Google earth and look at pinch points where parts of your woods narrow. One thing I learned a long time ago was that you learn through experience. Good luck!