It all sounds good, but not all deer will react that way. I've had it back-fire. They hit my tracks and immediately went another way. Some will and some won't , but there is no telling which ones will.
One thing that does work well is, if you have to cross a trail you are hunting, cross it at a spot you can shoot. Reason being, any deer that comes down that trail will pick up your scent and stop there to ponder the situation giving you a standing shot. Guaranteed. If you were to cross that same trail farther down the way, chances are he or she could take another direction.
never say never
patience is the companion of wisdom