I have over 30000 hours of camera time on scrapes, trails and i almost never get a buck more than twice a season on film. I hunt private club with land adgoining no hunting areas. During late october, i get alot of daytime pictures on scrapes in cover of bucks . Since they are usually all different bucks, would it be wise to sit the entire week of daylight activity? I have a signpost rub 30 yds. away and im in a funnel along a creek bottom loaded with thick honeysuckle. this was the first year i hunted this stand, first sit 16th of october. I took a small 8pt at 7am and 2 other bucks came thru by 8am. i got down a 9am. i set a camera up at signpost rub that also has a large scrape, lots of visits by bucks that last week of month. With the right wind, i want to sit 6 mornings straight that week, hoping the right buck cruises thru. Over the last 2 seasons, last week of october is better than all other weeks combined according to pictures. I hunt high pressure deer with long seasons in pa., most of largest bucks are nocturnal except for that week. What do you guys think? i acces from a roadside with a cut trail to keep my scent down.