If you're looking for something that is only going to help you out this fall then not come back I would go for an annual obviously, but there are a ton you could choose from.
You could go with a row type crop like corn, soybeans or milo. The only problem with any of those that I can see is that not having a big field full of soybeans they may not make it very long. If the deer start hitting them hard soon after they get going you could end up with a nice plot of nothing. The corn and milo would both be good choices in my mind. Work the ground, plant the seeds and you're done and both shouldn't have a problem maturing and drawing alot of deer if there isn't much agriculture near you. If milo is used I would be sure to check and see how long it takes it to go to seed and plan my planting accordingly. If you plant too soon it'll be gone before you want to hunt over it.
Another choice, and you'll get a bunch of differing opinions on it is a brassica like rape or turnips. I think the results down here are 50/50 with these plantings as far as success goes. However, generally the more harsh the winter weather the better a brassicas plot should produce and I would think the winters up there would make it a great choice. The other good thing about brassicas is that the planting and all would be much easier, or at least could be. Those seeds are so small that they could be very successful with minimum groung prep/working. With the corn and milo you'd want to get your seed buried a little deeper.
You may want to ask around to some people from the area to get better ideas. Different areas need different plots.