So I invited my bro-in-law up for deer camp this year for firearm season for his first hunting experience. I hunt on private land which consists of 180 acres ( 3 60 acre stacks) with my father-in-law, a family friend, myself and now my bro-in-law. I only have 60 acres to myself with 2 different stand/blind locations set up on opposite side of the 60 acres. This summer when I was looking for a spot for my bro-in-law I was looking for alot of sign (which I found), alot of runs (which I found) so I set up a ladder stand and a pop up blind. His spot is only about 60 - 80 yrds from my ground blind that I will be hunting from early afternoon till dark. There is a ridge and 2 saddles between us so I can't see him nor is there a chance for any accidents since were pretty cut off from each other. The deer on my 60 acres come from all directions so I know we are not cutting one or the other off. So thinking about things last night and all of a sudden it hit me, my bro-in-law smokes like a chimney, didn't even think about that while setting up his site. How do deer react to the smell of cig smoke? I've spent all year working on scent control (buying the clothes, sprays, washing everything. staying away from the area. etc...) and I don't want that to all go to waste. I don't feel I have the right to ask him not to smoke, he wouldn't make it out there 30 mins w/o one. Mentioned something to him and my father-in-law at church this morning and my father-in-law said that cig smoke is a natural curiosty smell for whitetail, he also went on to say that every deer he's ever taken he had a ciggy hanging out his mouth. Should I be worried and should I risk going in there now and moving my ground blind and trashing the place 4.5 weeks before I will be hunting, Like said I haven't been to my sights since June and I would like to keep it that way. I want my bro-in-law to enjoy himself and have every oppurtunity to take a deer but I don't want to jeopordize all the work I've put in for almost a year now. Any thoughts?