In the afternoons, sneak as close to small, out-of-the-way bedding areas as you dare and watch trails that lead to late-season food sources, especially if the trails move through thick cover and have scrapes along them. Bucks and does are tired, thin and hungry. They should be bedding as close to food sources as they can. They'll hit the feed before dark if the pressure isn't too heavy. You might finally tag Mr. Big. It's been a long eight weeks, but, man, what fun.