One of the best spots to see a lot of deer is on the edge of a crop or clover field. Problem is, it's also a great place to spook them. If the wind blows past your stand and back into the surrounding woods and thickets, no animals will come out. It's a great vantage point until the first does show up around 4 o'clock, feed out into the alfalfa, smell a rat, blow a gasket and zip away. Any heavy eight-pointer staging back in the woods won't step out until after dark, if then. And even on those afternoons when you manage to trump the wind, how are you going to climb out of a tree and sneak back to your truck with 10, 20 or even 50 whitetails munching happily right next to your perch? Some hunters think it's no big deal to spook deer after dark as they walk back to their truck. They're wrong.