You've been keeping track of your does, haven't you? Good. Because your strategy today centers around knowing where they bed and loaf. If you know the exact location of a doe bedding area, you want to be set up near it before first light. Bucks know these beds, and they'll be cruising in and out of them all day, searching for a ready mate. If you can, hang in there all day. If you can't, take a brief break at midday and shift to a secluded food source that draws does from one or more bedding areas. Again, bucks will be dogging the zones separating the bedding and feeding areas of doe family groups all day long. The does will surely start heading toward feed in the afternoon, but they'll be cautious about getting there in daylight. You'll be at the perfect intersection.