I own 100 acres where I live in the mountains of KY and also hunt a family farm that is a 700 + tract. I talk to a lot of hunters locally and here is my history of the area where I live. My 100 acres is located amongst additional farms that have food and cover. I get early pictures every year of wall hangers, some over 150+ deer. When October rolls around, those deer are gone year after year and don't ever come back. If you looked at my farm on a map vs others based on the secluded area you think it would hold a bruiser all year round. I have been keeping track of this since around 2000. I call it a early season spot. Its the same every year. So hunt early here. On the 700+ acre farm, I usually get pictures all year round of the same deer. Also other deer that show up during the rut. On this farm I can hunt year round. I have bow only hunted for 20+ years and have some very nice buck bow harvest. I think a lot of hunters assume all property holds big deer but in reality you got to figure out when the hot time for your property is and that's just from experience and history of your own property. Your trail cams will give you a lot of information year round. I love the challenge of hunting these mountain bucks. I know of a local buck right now that is around 180 inches. I don't hunt the area where its at but know the locals there. I keep up with it just hoping a good hunter will harvest him. I have taken the time out to look at the maps just seeing where all he has been seen. He has a circle that on the on x hunt app takes in about 4 big farms of 300 plus acres and 20 small areas of 20 acres or less. So these deer travel based on time of year, food, and pressure. Good Luck and base your hunts based on your trail cams information. Like anywhere, a big deer can show up at anytime.