It' a good way to hunt new propertys that you don't have a lot of Intel on. Travel routes or corridors are fairly easy to decipher with airel maps, at least in the areas I hunt. Find a couple thickets, find a logical route between them, get in there being mindful of wind direction, move as needed. If you can find a pinch or funnel in that travel corridor, it saves a lot of time.100% agree! This is the type of spot I found and killed a buck from last season. I did a hang and hunt on some fresh sign that I was confident was located between two bedding areas. Not wanting to stumble around and leave a bunch of ground scent, I set up on an intersection of trails for the afternoon. That afternoon and next morning I saw multiple young bucks pick their way through an area filled with blow downs about 70 yards from me. I got down around 11 and relocated where I saw the travel and found the slightest trail that was crossing other major trails and leading straight into one of the bedding areas. At 4 p.m., a buck chasing a doe tore up the woods, which I think pulled the buck I shot out of his slumber and walking straight down my trail to check the bedding area.