My hunting this weekend was extremely slow, thanks to temperatures in the 80s, but I did identify a line of scrapes that have popped up recently on a travel corridor, and I'm looking forward to seeing what my trail cameras turn up. Scouting another area on public land that opens to hunting November 1, I identified a cluster of three rubs on big trees. That jibes with the trend I'm hearing from reports across the region: Deer sign is taking off, but record high temperatures set this weekend from Wichita to Casper means daytime sightings are way down. It's only a matter of time before that unseasonal warmth breaks and we see an uptick in daytime deer movement. In the meantime, if you're finding scrapes in your hunting areas, leave me a comment below and report what you're seeing and when.