Find the transition areas between the pines/hardwoods. There will be pinch points, find a spot where you cannot see through the pine briars but can easily see about 40 yards into the hardwoods. Sit down right there. Now, look beyond that 40 yards through the hardwoods. Look for the horizontal plain of a deers back moving, or the flit of a tail, or lift of a head. This might be very low to the ground, the land isn;t as flat as it seems. The deer tend to travel ditches here. Make sure your rifle is sighted in properly. As the deer move through the bottoms here, they will present you with small windows of opportunity to take a shot. Use a rifle not a shotgun as you could actually have a 200 yards shot down in that "thick stuff." Learn the distances, all the trees in these swamps make it very difficult to tell accurate yardage. Know your woods. Our "big" deer live down in these hardwood swamp bottoms.
South Carolina Low Country