Harry went on to comment on the deer behavior this week: "The mature does are back with last year's fawns, and overall, the deer are back to their regular feeding patterns," he says. "Leftover acorns, clover plots, bait and mineral stations, and, best of all, standing soybeans are getting a lot of activity right now. And the below-freezing temperatures finally have the deer hitting the turnip plots. Aside from last weekend, when it was warm and windy, deer have moved pretty well throughout the late muzzleloader season. We've seen quite a few deer at midday, between 10:30 a.m. and noon, too. The next few weeks look promising for bowhunters if cold weather will set in and stay."