**Ground Blind: Brushy Point **
If you see a shootable buck push a hot doe into a draw or pocket of timber, gain the wind and march in on a pointed ground attack. Chances are the deer will stay in that copse of cover for a few hours, possibly even all day. Set up on an edge where you can see well down into the brush and trees. (Any wind except due south, which you rarely get in mid-November, would work on this edge.) You might spot the buck nudging the doe around in circles or back and forth across a draw; if you're carrying a muzzleloader or modern firearm, that will be the break you need. If you can't see the deer, try a burst or two of hard rattling. The old boy might think a couple of rivals smell his doe and are moving in. He might leave his girl and bolt 50 to 100 yards in your direction, giving you a shot. If you're bowhunting, kneel, lean your bow upright against a tree and keep whacking and grinding the horns every once in a while. Mix in some deep, gurgling grunts. The buck might run up and into bow range.