Man, sorry to hear that. You spend so much time learning the land and trying to figure things out. Then, once you find a good area to hunt, it usually takes a little fine tuning to get your set up right. Once you get used to hunting an area, you learn to expect which direction or what time the deer & turkeys pass through. It gets to be like shaking hands with an old friend. To have it go away like flipping a switch hurts.
I lost access to a lease I hunted for 16 years. There were places I used to hunt that probably haven't been hunted since the last time I was there. I knew that land so well that I didn't need a light in the dark to get to my favorite places to hunt.
I hope you find a great new place to hunt that makes you forget about the one you just lost.
Luck Counts, good or bad