Ok so we glassed fields all summer, ran trailcams and scouted up to the opener of bow season. Then we started hunting and the more we hunted the better idea we have of what bucks are hanging where. Then the rut starts and all heck breaks loose. Then rifle season starts and it gets even crazier. If you are like me...and I'd bet most of us are....you hit it pretty hard until the end of regular rifle season and then you are out of vacation or don't have as much time to go due to work and the holidays. So....to get to the point.....every year I feel like I completely lose track of what's going on in the woods once late November comes. Aside from hours and hours in the stand in late November and through December what do you do to keep tabs on the deer...figure out what bucks lived and where they are hanging. Obviously piles of corn can help but ya can't do that if you are still going to hunt. How much time do you spend scouting the late season....glassing picked crop fields....scouting on foot? Etc....what other ideas do ya have?