If it were me, I'd go in now and open the path nice and wide. This is the time of year, before fawn drop, in which you are least likely to disrupt the deer. (I know that seems a little extreme but I do not even walk in my timber after early spring.) Any big limbs that need to come down will be long forgotten before fall.
Then, I would go in one more time about a month before the season begins. This time I would try to be low impact. Scent control, hand tools only, and trim only the light brush that has grown into your shooting lanes. If at all possible, try to pull this off just before it rains.
That's my advice, for what it's worth.