I may be able to help you out here. I hunt a hill country lease, some in south texas, and around my house which is the very pressured type of hunting your talking about. First and foremost is finding out how the deer move in the area your hunting, especially if their are small neighboring tracks around the area you are hunting. Mainly you would be looking if the deer live in the area or live on the neighbors land, of course you would use trail cams to do it. Next is to give them something or a reason to visit, frequent, or stay around the area your hunting. Food plots are great, but being its close to bow season in a couple of weeks, I would make a mock scrape, and place scent drags toward your stand. Other than that it can get very frustrating, especially with neighbors or others who disagree on what should be shot. Make sure to check the law where your hunting, because there are a good number of counties with the antler restrictions, which the county Im in is under. Hope this helps, and Good luck this season!
KINGSVILLE A&M JAVELINA