I hunt public land almost exclusively. I always have 5-20 spots on the ready at all times. I will only hunt a spot where I know I have a great chance at killing a certain buck. If someone’s in my area for the day, pack it in and go to spot #2 if you feel the other hunter is ruining your chances. Stands can change from good to bad or vice versa in a heartbeat for many reasons (pressure, food, rut, time of year, etc.). Don’t be held down to one spot, be mobile and hunt smart, you’ll kill more deer. I run about 15+ cameras at all times to constantly scout throughout the season. It is very rare for me to hunt the same stand or area after I have killed a mature buck out of it, my spots change throughout the year and from year to year. Also, if your hunting the same stand all the time and the wind is not right to hunt that stand, are you hunting it anyway? Most hunters can be there own worst enemy with their stands. Other hunters, even close, may help you in the right situation. All of these deer that go nocturnal once the season starts are (IMO) caused by the hunter himself. Every buck is somewhere in the daytime. You may have to change your spots with his needs to kill him. Stay mobile, hunt smart!