*If driving to a stand location, be sure not to park in the same spot every time. Heavily hunted deer are tuned into every sound in the woods and a truck pulling into a pull off area means nothing but trouble this time of year. Even just slowing down and stopping a vehicle can send them running. Last week I watched an entire field of deer empty because a truck slowed to a stop 300 yards away on a dirt road. The field was not visible from the road, but every vehicle that went by got the attention of every deer in the field and not a single one went back to feeding until the vehicle was out of ear shot. If you are going to hunt an area, have a buddy drop you off and keep going. I'm not talking rolling out of a moving vehicle, but the more I think about it, it just might be a good idea.