3) Hunt New Ground
To me, there are few things more satisfying than speed scouting a new piece of ground, hanging a stand, and killing a whitetail from it. It's a great way to sharpen those basic woodsmanship skills (spotting deer sign, understanding wind currents, reading the landscape), and when it works, you feel like a genius. And, when you're hunting a new property, there's always the chance that a Pope and Young deer will walk beneath your stand. You just never know until you hunt it.