I sat in a ground blind in the Texas Panhandle the evening of October 2. It was 90 degrees when I sat down. It wasn't until sunset, at 7:28 P.M., that I finally saw a doe. In the next 30 minutes I saw a total of four whitetail does and six bucks. All the bucks were young, 2 ½-year-olds, so I let them walk. The biggest one a short-tined 10-point that might score 115-inches. I know there's a much bigger buck in the area, so I'll be patient.