i spend countless hours out in the woods trying to see deer, but for some reason I just can’t get on them. For me, season opened up the second week in September, and here we are, 3rd week in October and the only thing I have seen were 2 4 point bucks during the same sit. I’m spending a decent amount of time scouting without being too intrusive, I’m not over hunting one stand. I know that the deer are there, I know there are pretty good bucks around because I even get pictures of them. It’s gotten to the point where I’m not really enjoying my time in the woods like I should be. It just feels like time away from work. I would just like to know some things that you guys do to be more “successful” in the sense of just seeing more deer. One of the things that gets me is using the wind to my advantage. As we all know, the wind does not always blow in the direction the forecast says. So what advise can you give me to best determining the wind, things to look for in a morning vs an afternoon stand. And obviously overall just being more successful in my outings. Any constructive feedback is greatly appreciated!