Sleeping Quarters: Beds are never easier to find. Just stay on that track, and you'll discover one. (Ignore beds in obvious feeding areas, which are made at night by foraging deer.) Once you find a daytime bed, mark it on a map and cut a new track to find another. Your job is to take an inventory of all the consistent bedding areas on your property. Yes, deer commonly switch bedding areas through the year. But this way, when you find a hot food source in the fall, your map will show where deer are most likely bedded in relation to the grub. And that will enable you to formulate a high-odds hunting plan.