For BT hunting on VI I would locate a fresh slash/field with good fed, pick a spot close to game trails/tracks and wait/glass, first/last light. Pretty basic and productive.
The WT hunting I've done in AB, Ont, Sask and NB are basically the same, but substitute field/cut line for slash.
Glassing the areas could mean a long stalk/shot for both, but I've had BT's come within extremely close range, not so much for the WT.
During the rut finding fresh scapes/rub's naturally is a bonus.
For both species I find that scouting is important and time saving, oh yeah, that 'permission' thing cannot be overlooked.
Never had much luck rattling BT's, WT's respond well if methods/conditions are right.
I used long range flat shooting calibres for both, I'm not much of a 'bush' calibre/shooter/hunter though.
Both are equally exciting and rewarding.
Hope you enjoy your WT experience