He has the same disease a lot of deer “experts” have - including a few on this very forum. Everywhere is different. If you think the way deer act on your place is the way they act everywhere - you need to get out more. I have about 25 acres of food planted in nine different plots. My wife hunts one stand she calls hers, overlooking a two acre wheat plot. That is the only stand she hunts - sometimes ten days in a row. Drives up and parks the side by side 100 yards away or I drop her off at the foot of the stand with the motor running and LED lightbar blasting. It is in the center of our property. She will see almost every buck we have on camera from that stand. And every big buck if the neighbors dont shoot them first. The last day of season may be better than the first because the acorns are mostly gone and the bucks are starting to get back on their feed. I have seen my ground without food plots. With food plots, we easily see, conservatively, five times as many deer. What Mr Sturgis says in his video may very well be true in his area. It is not in mine.