Stand hunters should follow a two-phase plan today. But instead of sitting in thick cover early in the morning, as you did earlier in the rut, you'll want to set up with a view that encompasses a lot of ground so you can see the big one when he moves through, searching for a late hot doe. Get on a remote fenceline running through CRP, a bluff overlooking a broad creekbottom in prairie country, or the edge of a young clear-cut in big timber. These are the areas bucks will use as their travel routes, and you want to spot them as they cover ground. By midafternoon, make a hasty move closer to a food source. The cool weather will have does needing feed, and the bucks will nose around, hoping to catch any lingering estrous scent.