It hurts to get rained out this time of year. Historically, the last few days of October have been good to me, as that’s typically when I start seeing bucks seriously cruising for does here in western Kentucky. As Bestul has pointed out recently, this is also a great time of year to catch a big buck on trail camera one evening and get a shot at him in the same area the very next evening. Some mature deer begin moving in daylight hours in late October, but rather than roam far and wide in search of hot does, they're still spending most of their time in their core areas. In some ways, it's easier to kill one of them right now with a bow than it will be in a few weeks, when the frenzy of the chase phase has bucks running all over Who Knows Where.