Q: Last season I hunted over some scrapes made by a big 6-point buck here in Pennsylvania. I waited all morning and saw nothing. As I was leaving my stand, I came face-to-face with the deer. The buck cautiously moved around me, always keeping an eye on me as I stood there motionless, then stepped from behind a tree at 30 to 35 yards. I drew and missed when the deer jumped the string, and the buck trotted off. Will that deer ever come back to check his scrapes, or even come back to that area? --W.