Good afternoon! This year was my first year hunting the hills of southern ohio and I have to say its quite rewarding just in the scenery itself. I am looking to get more dialed in for early season bow hunting as to why the deer do what they do in that rough of terrain. I know the concepts to hunt the saddles between bedding and food etc or the benches but what do you guys see that work for you? During early season do you find that the deer bed on ridges or more in the creek bottoms? And as far as oaks go, are they more on benches or tops of the ridges? I want to come up with a smart approach to the stand. If they bed in the creek bottoms I dont want to run down there and setup in the thickets with the possibility of kicking deer out and I dont want to setup on a bench just to find out a deer beds on a ridge nearby overlooking the bench. Any input in appreciated, Thanks!