What do you look for when hunting a creek bottom? Is it better to find a spot where multiple ridges and draws meet up in one central location? Seems deer love the creek bottoms, but it's easier to get winded from what I've seen. Is it better to hunt them when it's really windy as to disperse scent or only hunt mornings when your scent rises? There's a few bottoms I'd like to hunt, but don't want to be getting busted all the time either.