The drivers should slowly but steadily move through the cover toward the standers. Avoid walking in a straight line and stay off well-worn trails. Deer don’t typically bed right next to the most heavily used trails. They’ll be in the thick brier tangles, next to large blowdowns, and on top of any little rise that gives them a better view. Just proceed with a slow, steady zigzag pattern through the cover, making sure to stop and stand still every few minutes. As you’re moving along, many deer will hold tight to cover hoping you pass right on by without noticing them. But their nerves will likely get the best of them if you stop. That’s when they’ll bolt.