Spot and Stalk
My preferred method of hunting is spot and stalk. Here are a few tips for anyone wanting to try it. First get to a good vantage point remembering not to skyline yourself. I usally set up on a south facing slope glassing a north facing slope. The key is to find them going from their feeding grounds to the bedding areas (typically north slope). Once you spot an animal worth going after, put him to bed and plan your stalk.
Keep in mind to play the wind and keep it in your face. That can sometimes be tricky with morning and afternoon thermals. In the morning you will usually have an updraft and in afternoon a down draft. Once you plan your route pick out landmarks. Follow your planned route. When I get to about 100 yrds I will take my boots off to reduce noise. Also if you can try to come at your animal from above this will make it harder for it to bust you keeping wind in mind. Once you get within range and everything works out, you should have your trophy in your sights. Good luck and happy hunting.