What if an intense high-pressure system sweeps in along with tropical winds and sunscreen days during your late-season deer hunt? You can employ three main strategies. First, use deer calls near food plots. Your grunts, rattles and bleats might just spark the interest of a weary buck and fool him into believing a hot doe has hit the scene. Second, you can still take a stand, but instead of setting up on the edge of a food source, move farther into the timber without ruffling a buck’s bed sheets. You’ll need to move far enough into cover to hopefully catch a buck sneaking from his bedroom to feed during the minutes before the end of shooting light. Finally, you can coordinate a deer drive. Try to push the deer past pre-set hunters with the hope one lucky hunter will have a window for a shot.