If you’re still trying to fill your tag right now, I’d recommend setting up near doe bedding areas and sticking close to thick cover. Hunting pressure has been steadily increasing in most areas. As firearm seasons continue to open, deer will be pushed further into security cover. That said, the action is still happening. I recommend hunting as many midday hours as possible, too. Last season in southern Ohio, on November 25, I encountered mature bucks (like this one, above) cruising from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. I wouldn’t have seen a single deer if I hadn’t sat through that mid-day period.