I have started to stalk in a large wood with a good number of quite well-positioned high seats. So far, all my success has come from just one of them, which overlooks a small meadow. I typically spend a couple of hours there and, more often than not, am rewarded with a deer.
What I would be interested to understand from other members is, given a choice of seats but if you had seen no deer, how long you would typically wait in a high seat before climbing down and moving on to another one? Is there a risk that, however carefully I stalk between seats, I will spook more deer than if I waited in the same seat for twice the time? I am torn between always starting at the same "lucky" seat (and then never getting beyond it) and thinking I could cover more ground in a morning's stalk.
Thanks for any advice