I went out and made four stands yesterday over 8 hours of hiking - nothing called in other than three goshawks and an owl - and came away with questions regarding my stand locations. I figure that it's best to set up near prey sign (generally hares), but that it's also good to be in a location with fair visibility. The kicker, of course, is that hares tend to be at higher densities in thick cover, but those are areas that are tough to see what might be coming in. What do you guys do with regards to this issue? Do you set your caller right on the edge of thick cover and then watch from some distance away? It seems like this would work if the predator came along the edge of the cover, but if they approached from within you would likely never see them. I had a good time out yesterday, but was never really happy with the setups that I chose. Any guidance would be greatly appreciated.