As for scent control, follow the same rules that most bowhunters do: Wash your hunting clothing with a scent-suppressing detergent, dry it separately and store it in a scentproof plastic bag. When you reach your destination, change into your hunting clothing, spray yourself with a scent suppressant and apply a cover scent to your boots. When you sneak in to your hunting area, maintain a low profile and stay off ridgelines. Keep the wind in your face as you move to your first setup position. Once you're well hidden in a blown-down tree or similar cover, inspect your surroundings. If you don't have clear shots in most directions, trim a few limbs away or break over a few weeds to provide shooting lanes.