This tactic has to be thoughtfully planned. You need a funnel to help direct bumped deer toward your stand, and you need to set up so that neither your scent nor your approach will compromise your friend's still-hunt. For example, say your buddy will still-hunt woodlot A, which is connected to woodlot B by a narrow strip of woods. Bumped deer are apt to funnel through that strip of woods to get to woodlot B. If you set up where the funnel meets woodlot B, you'll be in a good place to see deer and out of your buddy's way. Here, the patchy cover of farmland offers lots of opportunities. But even in the big woods and hill country, you can look for ravines, saddles, shelves, creek beds, and linear patches of thicker cover to funnel bumped deer.