On these hunts, you're likely to see at least some does. Pay attention. Look for a large doe that's particularly active, pacing around, and glancing back over her shoulder. That doe is ready for a mate, and you should focus on her group. If, on the other hand, the does seem nonchalant and mostly interested in eating, with no edgy, nervous behavior, rotate to a more active female group. Then check back on the first one in a couple of days. By then, of course, there's a good chance you'll already have put a buck in the freezer.