Then knapsack-packing methods are critiqued, as are range-finder choices, clothing and bow sights. Because so many of the biggest bucks are seen only under low-light conditions, Hole expects his clients to hunt with a tritium pin and range finder, not peep sights. Next, the novice to Alberta puts on all his cold-weather clothes and demonstrates that he can organize his gear according to Hole's strictures. Binoculars must be cinched to chests with elastic straps. Bows must snap into a spare arm hook that hangs on the hunter's left hip. There must be a loop on the hunter's right hip where Hole's custom-designed portable tree stand will hang on the hikes, frequently long ones, to and from the hunting areas.