4. Pick the right spot
Finding does in the late season, in most cases, shouldn't be too difficult. If you know of a quality late season food source, you should have does visiting it in the evening. So find those key food sources, as evidenced by plentiful tracks in the snow or beat down trails, and set-up near the most popular entry for an afternoon hunt. Be careful with your set-up though, as does at this time of year tend to bed especially close to their food source. An ideal location might be the edge of a secluded cut cornfield, alongside a well-trodden path, and with the wind blowing away from both where the deer are likely bedded and where they'll eventually be feeding.