I moved into a new place a few weeks ago and it sits on 5 acres of which 3 is wooded. My 3 acres are part of a larger 30 acre tract. The backyard is about 100 yards long and 50 yards wide. In the middle of the backyard (in grass left intentionally high) is a pear tree that is flat loaded with pears. Every morning at around 7 am, a doe and her 2 yearlings come into the yard and nibble at the corn I have out then head to the tree to munch on pears for half an hour or so before heading back into the woods. I pretty much have her exact pattern down, from where she enters the yard to where she leaves. I have also caught sight of a group of around 6 deer in the yard in the evening (830-10 pm). I haven't been able to see if there are any bucks in this group. The question is, do I tag that doe first day, do I tag one of her kids (one is definitely a runt) and let her live to breed again, or do I try and hunt the other group's entry and exit with the hope of a big buck?