Yes, I've killed two mature bucks during that time frame. Both were 150" class bucks. Both close to bedding, positioned directly on bed edge. I was within 50 yards of one of the bucks bed for sure, the other was likely a similar distance, definitely within 100yds. One was on October 11, at 815am and other October 19, at 930am ish. Both post frontal conditions, within 24hours of front. I'm convinced I can be more consistent hunting October morning bedding than evening food. My food plots don't seem to be consistent for 4 year old's, they seem to browse around much more, on acorns, honeysuckle, green browse and sometimes my green food plots whenever they wonder through. But, the doe families and 2-3 year old's, are consistently out in the evening green plots. I've been on that morning October sit for several few years now, the details matter (obviously details always matter) more for these type of hunts. Can easily mess up a lot during this time, but its worth the effort if not..