I moved camp about a mile south. I did this for a few reasons. One, I was only scouting a little place that could be covered in a morning. Two, by moving camp I could glass a huge amount of country with the rising sun behind me vastly improving my chances of spotting bucks. I call this technique “Extreme Long Range Glassing” which refers to glassing at distances beyond two miles. I believe in it so much that I even wrote a subchapter about it in my book “Hunting Big Mule Deer”
The video below explains more plus gives more insight to what a typical day scouting backcountry bucks is really like.
You can find “Hunting Big Mule Deer: How to Take the Best Buck of Your Life,” on Amazon by clicking on the cover below