This morning after my hunt I did a little in-season scouting. I found 4 scrapes and 8 fresh rubs. One scrape was made sometime early this morning. I know this because the leaves are falling like rain here and there wasnt a single leaf that covered it. The leaves were also freshly turned over. My question is, if a buck makes a scrape early in the morning, is it likely for him to return to the same scrape in the afternoon? Meaning, would it be worth it for me to hunt over it this afternoon, knowing that it was made this morning? I dont have trail cams so I have no idea if this is all happening when the sun is down. My guess is probably.