I prefer hunting on the ground, rather than being confined to a single area.
keep the wind in your face and move extremely slow, the slower the better. keep a sharp eye on any movement you see
even if you think it's just a leave or twig swaying from the wind, It could be the twitch of a deers ear, or the shake of a deers tail.
A lot of hunters start off in the woods by looking for a whole Deer and totally miss out on seeing them before they see you,
you want to try to spot them before they spot you that's why you want to check out anything that moves, in case it's an ear or a tail.
If I spot something in the woods and it isn't a tree in full vertical poistion I don't move any further until I can identify what I'm seeing.
Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch.
Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the outcome of the vote.