So this morning I watched Bill Winke clearing paths to access a stand. I have an area in a really thick section of timber where I've hunted in the past, most times wading through head high weeds, multiflora rose, brush, etc. My fear is that if I cleared a path back into there, the deer would start using it as travel corridor. That might not seem like a terrible thing, but if they run across my tracks as I just walked in, they'd probably turn tail. By wading through the brush to get there, they are less likely to cut my trail if they stick to their normal trails. Plus, pulling stick tights and burs off me once I get in stand helps pass the time. Thoughts?