I was able to take that buck because I was flexible. You can dawdle away your precious hunting time in a so-so stand, or you can pick up like I did and go kill a buck. This is the week to do it. Bucks are smashed on testosterone, but most of them are still sticking to some semblance of a pattern, cruising the same ridges, draws and thickets for does and bedding in the same locations each day. Even if you spot a monster chasing a doe this week, chances are he won't run her far. The deer will probably loop round and round the same 50- to 100-acre patch of brush or timber.