Here’s an example. Checking trail cameras is something I do before and during the bow season. Anywhere that I can, I use a UTV for this job. I’m convinced that I disturb deer far less if I don’t try to sneak around while checking cameras, and instead mimic the daily activities that occur here in the Midwest—and farmers checking fields with a UTV is a common occurrence. Thus I will check my cameras in the same manner. On those forays, I’ll bring my bow along. Every time I stop to pull a camera card, I’ll grab the bow and take a couple of shots. I don’t want to linger in the area very long, so I need to move quick. I simply scan the area for a small target (a leaf on the ground, a rotted stump, etc.) and take a shot. This helps me to judge distance, gets me used to shooting in a different setting, and the time-crunch adds a bit of pressure to things as well.