Look for a unit that has leftover tags, which generally means a lot of private property and a need to pay an access fee to get on them to fill a buck tag. If you don't want to pay a fee, then do some good research and find a unit like that and hone in on the limited public land that may or may not hold any animals. You may be best to buy a PP this summer and just get some doe tags this year for a unit like that. Many places will let you shoot does for a small or no fee at all, especially after opening week. Those tags are cheap and you could get enough time on the ground to make a buck hunt in the following year or two.