Don't rush. If you can hunt only one or two bedding areas before it's time to head back to the travel corridors, fine. It's more important to hunt right than to cover every possibility. But move quickly through open woods barren of sign.
In the afternoon, head back to travel corridors and feeding areas. An oak stand with acorns still on the ground is a great spot.
Pay special attention to staging zones, the places in the timber where deer mill around before heading into an exposed food source.