Here's where many new deer hunters make their critical mistake. They've worked hard to make their clothing scent-free, showered and washed their hair with specialized shampoo, and even applied scent-free deodorant. Now they put their clothing on, jump in the truck and head for their hunting location, stopping along the way to buy gas and get a greasy breakfast. By the time they get to their hunting spot, their clothing already smells like humans and human-related activities. Best practice is, after washing and drying your clothing, store them in a scent-proof bag of some kind to keep your odor, along with gas and bacon smells, as far away from them as possible. Some storage bags made for hunting clothing even use specialized technology to eliminate human odor from clothes after they have already been worn.