Two other bedding-area options: Keeping the wind in your face, stillhunt with a partner single-file into a bedding area, maintaining 75 to 150 yards between you. Deer jumped by one hunter will often circle back, providing the second hunter with a shooting opportunity. If you've got more people in your group, try stillhunting toward each other from opposite sides of a bedding area. Be quiet, take your time and scan every inch as you pick your way through the brush. And most important, believe that the deer haven't taken off for the next county. Because, whether you can see the deer or not, they're probably right under your nose.