Sometimes I think there is too much emphasis in our threads on targets and stuff but not enough on how to actually hunt. I'd like to see more discussion of HOW TO HUNT in this sub-forum. Some examples: Here's how I got up on a butte to glass for mule deer... How I stalk deer in their beds Here's how I spot elk at 1,500 yards and then sneak to within 800 yards for my shot In the dark, I walk to my glassing spot from where I later hope to see the deer coming in from the ag fields searching for a bedding spot for the day On my last 3 hunts I found the following technique worked best When we hunt antelope on opening weekend in Wyoming, here's how we do it In the rugged breaks country of NE Montana, here's how we maximize seeing deer before they see us I am always careful not to skyline myself when walking ridges because... I am a whitetail hunter from the mid-west who hunts from a deer stand. How the heck do you hunt them giant mule deer out west? When the winds hit 25 MPH in Wyoming, here's how I change my muley hunt tactics Etc.