That's some sound advice. When I can I try to get the deer out of the woods without leaving a gut pile or disturbing things too much. However there are times when I cannot do it and have to field dress the deer first. I haven't found it to be too much of a problem as there are many coyotes in the area that make short work of it, and haven't seen any negative action from deer concerning the area, but keep in mind the "negative deer activity" is often there but not seen. Generally speaking every mark you make on the deer woods is something to be picked up on by a deer. Try to leave as little impact on your hunting area as you can...you will then have the best chance of finding a monster prowling around.