I would have to say, for me, it is simply going out and doing. As an example, hunting in PA where I do, mostly public land, you not only must figure out the game movement, you must figure out the hunters movement. Because hunting pressure is heavy where I hunt, you must look for the out of the way or the over-looked spots. It adds another factor to learning to hunt. Being a “10 ring shooter” or an Olympic Athlete Hunter is pointless if you are surrounded be nimrods who are not. I’m not sure if what I described is what you were asking, but I know it is a part of my year-round preparation.
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