I would have to say that from my experience, if you happen to be in the proximity of a doe that did not take the first go around and comes in again, it will be an awesome day in the woods. I remember a hunt I had on December 31st back in 2001 where I found myself in that exact situation. I had a doe come in who was being trailed by not one but 4 shooter bucks. I was a bit shocked to see it that late in the year but was glad to see her.
I think the best scenerio for this would be for the temps to fall next week and the wind to lay. This way we might get some day-time rut activity for the 2nd estrous cycle. I will be focusing my efforts around prefered food sources in the evening hours. Not everybody is into it but this is when I reall start to use the yellow candy. The more does I can draw to a centralized area, the better the chances of luring in one that has started her second cycle. I have noticed that bucks will often scent / sight check these bait sights quite often. I also have a small plot of winter wheat and turnips that will get my attention for the same reason.
I do not expect the action to be wide spread but there will be a select few does left out there wanting some love.
Goog Luck Jack!
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