Recently, with the deep snow and difficult travel (for man and canine), I've been spending 10-15 minutes longer at each stand, than my normal ~30 minutes. For a while, till the snow set up a little I had no results, and last weekend I had animals come in to 20% of my stands. It seems that most of the animals came in, in the 15-25 minute timeframe, but I tried to hold out for late arrivals that didn't show in the final 10-15 minutes. There's not a huge predator population in the areas I hunt, and I'm wondering what your thoughts are on time @ a stand compared to increasing the number of stands called in a day. It would appear, that the majority of the coyotes are staying relatively close to the deer herds & cattle feedlots. I'm not finding much sign at higher elevations with limited food sources, and I'm still hoping to stumble across my first bobcat. Thoughts?