Build a Ground Blind
Find an area that is slightly elevated above where you expect game to appear. If you're too low, it may be difficult to spot deer as they approach. But watch that you won't be skylined or right in the middle of a primary game trail. Once you have the general area, look for a piece of natural cover to construct your blind around. It can be a large rock or boulder, a fallen tree, or a stump. At the very least, you want a tree at your back because it's important to have cover behind you. It's also nice to be able to lean against a comfortable trunk. Next, gather deadfall, leaves, and brush, and build it into a wall around where you will sit. Drive sticks into the ground if necessary for support. Your main goal is to shield your hands and lower body and to break up your outline. Don't make it so high that it obstructs your view, and give yourself adequate shooting lanes and plenty of room to move your gun or bow.