Daytime movement: It's been excellent. Daylight deer sightings have been through the roof the past several days. Last Saturday evening, November 1, I hunted a white oak flat just off the edge of a picked bean field. The first doe walked underneath my stand at 3:55 p.m., and I shot her. She fell within sight, so I climbed down, dragged her underneath a deadfall downwind of my stand, and then kept right on hunting. I'd no more than settled back into the stand before the next group of does wandered through. It was a parade of deer—albeit all does, fawns, and young bucks—until dark, but one of my most enjoyable sits of the season.