As stated go in early hunt all day and bring food. 8-9am you get the guys that are scared of the dark. 11am you get the guys that can't sit still and start to walk around or head back to cabin for lunch. Around noon to 1pm guys are either heading back out or too antsy and start to walk round. For these reason 10am-2pm is the magic times, at least for me. Hunt where it's thick, when the shooting starts deer aren't running for the open areas. Too many guys want to set up in spots were they can see 200 yards and if they see deer they're usually hauling ass and gone before they get their gun up. In PA the more hunters the better. As the first week goes on things slow down drastically. Then it all starts all over the second week. If you see does let them walk and more times than not there's going to be a buck in trail. He might be the last in line or ten minutes behind. The patient hunters get the bucks! IMHO, I don't like the change back to being able to shoot does the first week, but then again if that's what people want to shoot then good for them, I'll sit and wait for some bone. There is something special about hunting PA it's just a great place.