Basically you make a scrape and a rub to the authors specs during the rut/pre rut and give the dominate buck time to find it, then hunt it for 4 days "all day" the way he tells you to . He has some not traditional thoughts/beliefs but I have known some other very successful hunters that think the way he does
See, right there, gets me thinking this ain't right.
1) I have wasted major parts of seasons close to THE BIG SCRAPE, only to have nothing show up.
2) I have taken THE BIG ONE on a couple of occasions, and seen THE BIG ONE taken on a couple more. These guys were out cruising around, probably walking miles in a 24 hour period. They left no discernible sign, except footprints
3) When I have seen rub and scrape activity all come together and produce bucks, they were by no means THE BIG ONE. I do not mean to sit my whole season waiting for a big-for-britches 6-pointer to show up.