If you can find the thickets, nasty brush, thick stuff that you have to use hip waders to get to first, then crawl into,...set-up there.
If you find the bedding area.......hunt in it
if you can get in and have shooting lanes (google map can help), at the very least sit tight on the perimeter. As mentioned, get in early. Get in a minimum an hour before sunrise. Don't be deflated if you kick something up. If its a place he felt secure in all season, he'll/they'll come back.
Or hunt the parking perimeter.
Sounds funny I know. but its worth a shot.
I remember the last day of a special opp hunt I had drawn. 2 days.........nothing, saw nothing.
Last evening out, I pulled just out of the property pass the hunters campsite/parking.
5 deer were standing on the corner
I've read and heard some of you midwest folks' stories about late season public land hunts and big deer taken in that manner.
Good luck, post the pics when you get 'em!