Then there are bucks that don't read the rule book and move whenever they darn well please. I shot a fine buck last fall that had no qualms about covering ground or moving during the daylight, and I had the trail cam pics to prove it. So when you start getting photos of bucks like this Missouri dandy, you should pay very close attention. One daylight pic should grab your attention. The second should make your palms sweat a little. And if you get three or more, you should make a full frontal assault. This deer is telling you that he is no vampire and, with careful scouting and stand placement, your odds of a close-range encounter are high indeed.