Im headed to Nevada for a mule deer tag I drew this year. Apparently the area is pretty low density but the local biologist pointed me to a certain mountain range. Its high desert stuff. Little juniper, maybe same sage and thats about it. The maps show a few springs in the bottoms. Very little green stuff on Google Earth. In your experience, will the deer go down to feed and water at night and head high during the day and lay up in the shade, or stay in the low stuff and possibly feed going up in the evening. There are no Ag fields within 25 miles. Apparently lots of Cat predation, and I have a cat tag just in case I dumb into one. Debating if I camp on top and hunt the tops looking down early and late, or camp low and hike/ hunt my way up during shooting light, and hike and check drainages during the day and sit on a good looking one right before dark? Weather has been 80-85 days and low 40s at night. Not sure if that is hot enough to prevent their daytime movement. Im afraid of blowing the mountain out in the dark while trying to get to a vantage point to glass, but also worried they might only move a few minutes after light and right before dark. Only hunted Mule deer 2x. One successful and one not. Any experienced input would be helpful to their general habits in terrain like that.