5. Do This:
Crow About It
If the cover is too thick to keep in contact with your partners on a drive, periodically use a wildlife call such as a crow, owl, hawk, or pileated woodpecker. This is less likely to spook bucks than whistling or calling to one another. When you're still-hunting, give a contact grunt every once in a while in case there's a buck hidden nearby.
Since you will be driving or still-hunting, use cover scents such as fox, raccoon, skunk, evergreen, or earth to mask your human odor in case there's a wind change or a deer appears from a direction you didn't expect. Be sure to wear scent-absorbing clothing, and spray your gear and boots with an odor neutralizer. [NEXT "The Situation: Weekend Warriors in the Woods"]