5. THE "EYES" HAVE IT The real trick to still-hunting is learning to move forward with both of your eyes always glued to the cover ahead. First, look down briefly and locate an unobstructed passageway. Then, as you scan the terrain in front of you, take one or two steps along this route without looking down. There will now be a whole new vista to examine; do so carefully, using your field glasses (not your gun scope). Soon, you'll find yourself moving quietly, like a deer feeding on beechnuts, and at the right rate of speed--not too fast and not too slow. It's important that you don't let your footfall become an unnatural sound in the woods. And remember, your eyes must be searching for deer.