We have plenty of mule deer bucks and does. A typical mule deer archery day would consist of an excellent home cooked breakfast to start off the morning and than off to the field. You may either choose to ride around and spot bucks off in the distance, or get out and hike as we would do during rifle season. Almost all of our hunts are spot and stalk, which adds to the fun. We do not use watering holes very often because of the abundance of water in the area. We hunt very close to Fort Peck Reservoir (which is a 150 mile long lake, with over 1,500 miles of shoreline) plus the prairie is filled with pot holes because of the local soil called bentonite, or more commonly known as gumbo, which holds water forever.