Now that rifle season is full bore, forgive the pun please...I just couldn't resist, hunters are at greater distances from their target which relieves some of the stress of getting busted by that Buck you've been looking for ever since July. However, all too often, the deer break the rules and moves in closer. For those of us who bow hunt, this is a very normal encounter. 20 to 30 yards is rather typical. This season I had a fawn walk right by my blind not even 5 yards from me.
So, what is the secret to not having that deer notice you even exist? QDMA has a great article on the Whitetails full range of vision and what they are capable of. Enjoy!