Many of you savvy farmland hunters already know this tip, but for anyone who doesn’t, it’s an oldie and a goodie: Because farmland whitetails are accustomed to seeing pickup trucks in fields, they don’t freak out at the sight of one. It’s a good idea, therefore, to have a buddy drive you to and from your farmland stands, especially at the end of an evening sit. As Bestul says in the video above, if deer are out feeding in a field near your evening stand, they may scoot into the woods when your buddy drives into it to pick you up. But they’ll come right back to the field the next night, which means you can go back to that stand with confidence.