Good point Jslotter. Lots of hunters in the woods on opening day and again on the next Saturday. After the first couple of days of gun season, the deer just don't move unless they are pushed. Their normal routines are gone for a while, plus a lot of deer have been removed from the area.
Ohio has been very liberal with the taking of does for a while now, but this year there have been some subtle changes in the rules. My farm in NE Ohio it seems has had much more damage by deer in the corn field than in the past. I've never been one to apply for damage permits though. My philosophy has always been, they eat some of my corn and I eat a few of them.
Keep life simple...if you hear hoofbeats, think horses, not zebras.