Just wondering if some folks could weigh in on building camp fires while out hunting. It is great to come back to camp and sit around a warm fire, so much more enjoyable than just sitting around a jet boil camp stove while it boils your water. Do you think it will affect your chance of seeing game? I've seen caribou while sitting around a campfire, and I've heard of moose coming in to the sound of splitting wood. But, I also know that it's best to hunt with your binoculars so you don't stink up the country, doesn't smoke drift all over the country and stink it up as well? Or is it more of a natural smell? Any thoughts? I know it seems like an elementary question, but I was wondering about it the other day, thinking about my hunts and so forth, thought I'd see what other folks do.