Take your map and a something to jot notes on and start with the areas that you have targeted with your online scouting. Presumably those will be spots geared toward pre-rut and rut time periods. As you are moving from spot to spot pay attention to mast producing trees of all kinds and make notes, make notes on heavy use trails, make notes if it appears trails and mast trees are correlated, make notes on topo feature and vegetation features that create pinches or edges and how they relate to food and travel. Look for current food sources and travel also. When you get home plot it all out on a map. The map will show you some key spots to focus on for go back trips to hang and observe. Remember that the avg deer has a home range of a square mile or less, figure out the spots between the spots and you may find some fantastic hunting without other folks finding your spots.