Wanted to get your opinions on late season hunting for the big boys. I've had a very difficult time even seeing bucks in late archery season after shotgun season- so this year I'm going to try to concentrate on a few important locations under the right circumstances. (1) There is a deep ditch that the deer tend to concentrate in during windy, cold weather. It has quite a few cedars in it as well. I've never tried setting up outside of that area in order to catch them as they leave the ditch after the storm breaks. Do you guys have any tactics for bad weather refuges? (2) I've seen really mature deer get up out of their beds early to head to food sources when you get really cold weather. If I was set up near a known buck bedding area during those unseasonably cold times I may be able to pick him off. (3) I know deer like south facing slopes at that time. Do bucks tend to hang out with does on these south facing slopes or not. Not sure how I'd hunt them but I thought about still hunting my way in. Any ideas? I'm assuming the big boys will be tucked away in the securest places they can find but I'm just trying to figure out what types of conditions may get them up on their feet earlier than usual.