I am forced to hunt from the ground on the land I hunt on. I am washing all my clothes in scent free clothing and storing them in a vacuum bag. I also scent free shower before I hunt. I play the wind but most evenings the deer I am hunting come from all directions. Tonight I had the wind in my face and a doe feeding toward me about 15 yards out of range. At the same time I had 2 other deer approach down wind of me and blow. I do not know how much more scent careful I can be. How do you guys go about tricking their noses? Second part of my question. The land I hunt gets a lot of traffic. A few deer hunters but mostly guys running rabbit dogs. How comfortable do you think deer get with human scent in a place like that? I have spooked them before and then they are back in the same spot at the same time the next day. 99% of the time the deer just smell me and do not see me. I have also noticed that at least half the time they will not run off when they smell me. They just blow and stomp or blow and start looking around for movement. Do you think in an area like that the deer are used to getting bumped and they wont spook off an area that easily or do you think I am pushing my luck if I hunt the same place the day after I spook them? I want to keep hunting the same place because there are a lot of deer using it. I just hate getting winded because there is no method to their approach to this one area. They just appear from all directions. It makes it really hard to hide from their noses.