I hunt public land so that I don't burn out the small farm I have access to. The thing I haven't herd specifically mentioned is check close archery shops. The land I hunt, has a good archery shop in the small town closest too it. The old gentleman in the shop was very helpful. The biggest advice he told me was that as soon as I was 300 yards off the road, I was deeper than 90% of the hunters. That coupled with two locations he suggested has really helped. I now walk more than a mile to my hunting blinds and stand. I have several and don't hunt the same one back-to-back. That with alternating with the farm, and I don't worry about pushing the deer out. I'm really excited about some new corners and funnels I found this year. Oh, and build or buy a deer cart, at least I don't want to drag a buck for a mile. I took two kids bikes from the neighbor's trash, robbed the front forks and wheels, grabbed an old bed fram and the welder, presto, deer cart, now I just need the season to open, can't wait!
Hunt safe, hunt often, hunt ethically, and don't forget to say Thank You!