Once you know how deer are entering and exiting these daytime bedding sanctuaries, slide around to the back side of them at their furthest point from the food source and strategically clear out a hunting entry route. Look for extra-large bedding imprints on the ground and oversized droppings that usually indicate a big buck’s core bedding area. Now, drop back a safe distance and utilize a hand-saw and rake to create an opening about the size of a large living room. You can add some type of legal attractant such as a mock scrape, small watering hole, mineral lick, no-till food plot, or you can simply spread shelled corn and apples. Set up a make-shift blind with surrounding vegetation and natural cover that overlooks the opening and beat him into the bedding area well before daylight. This technique is extremely risky and it takes a lot of scouting, planning, and prep work, but it can pay huge dividends when hunting older bucks that rarely make mistakes.