So with me being originally from Alabama, I'm used to hunting on the edge of 30 year old pine stands or young pine thickets that range from 10 acres to 500 acres. Now that I'm here in Northeastern Indiana, I'm sure many of my strategies have to change. I've been looking at spots on Google Earth at Roush and Tri County and have come across a few very small stand of pines. I'm wanting to say that I read at some point that Northern deer only typically turn to pines in snowy conditions. Does this sound right? Any insight will be appreciated.