Got lucky and drew a random Unit 102 mule deer tag w 9 pts in Wyoming. I plan on scouting three days prior and hunting (scouting with bow) the begging of bow season sept 1 —since I have a New Mexico antelope tag already right before bow season sept 1. I have to be back at work sept 3 and will be returning in mid October with my rifle (most likely) if needed. I have been spending a lot of time on onX maps marking spots here and there but Iam not seeing much water down lower (tanks) at all like in other areas. A few major streams however. Up higher around 8500-9000 (pine and little mtn) there is a lot of springs/seeps. Looking for advice on elevations to look at first, noticed there is no where to get away from roads so those areas don’t really exist. Lots of big broken country down low where a big buck could hide for years if not for the roads. I am assuming most people head up on into the few areas that are 8000 plus feet that look like mule deer country. Is the low stuff worth looking at? Thanks in advance for any advice, I live in TN and have a packed schedule with work and three weeks of National Guard training packed in before I leave in mid August so scouting will a couple days before hunt unfortunately.