6: False. Two people can increase odds for success, says Jim Crumley, inventor of Treebark Camouflage. "Two-man bowhunting units are especially effective," Jim says. "I set up in tree stands with another bowhunter fifty to seventy-five yards away, facing each other. We alternate rattling sequences every twenty minutes. We eliminate the problem of a buck circling and coming in from behind, because we communicate with each other and alert the other person when a buck is slipping in."