I would not worry about it too much if its the first time you have been busted in that stand.. Those doe will probably remember that incident tho. I would be more worried if it were a buck.
Think about what you did to bust them.. did they catch your wind.. did they see you moving... what happened that spooked that doe?
This is a good learning experience.. most deer recieve a lot of pressure and if you get busted too much, it could create big problems.
Give the stand a break for a couple days and then try it again. Make sure you watch the wind and spray yourself down very good. Watch any movements and be ready for deer..
In one of the books I have read, it said deer could smell and identify different scents over 400 yards away.. keep this in mind. I beleive their nose is their first line of defense....
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