This is my first year going hunting. I don't have a mentor who can help so I've been reading a lot online. A summary of what I know: 1.neutralize scent/hunt downwind 2.find a place deer are likely to be and sit/wait. 3. Don't make noise or move because they have super hearing and smell. 4. Look for natural funnels/food and water souces. My problem is I'm finding it really hard to find a buck or any deer at all. I'm hunting state game land in PA that seems heavily pressured but it's also pretty dense forest with many many game trails that circumvent open shots. I can find tracks and scat but no luck finding any deer. I hear tons of people shooting each day but have no luck sitting still. Usually I'll sit completely still from 630-830am and I start to doubt my spot and I walk around hoping to scout a better spot or sneak up on a deer. I have a good knowledge of the area now but still don't know what to do or where to set up. I know a tree stand would help but I can afford it now and I know I should've scouted earlier in the year. Any advice?