I tried hunting mule deer in Oregon once about 20 years ago near Bend on public land. I've hunted public land in most of the Western States and found that the farther back I go, the fewer people I see and the more animals there are. I look at the maps to find the most remote place I can where there are no roads. I found just the place on that hunt, but was still over run with other hunters. At times it was like being out pheasant hunting. Wave after wave of groups of people walking around, talking and making a racket all day long. I tried to use them to flush out the deer, but after glassing for several days, realized that there just wasn't very many deer there. I had another tag in Northern CA that was for a Wilderness area, so I left Oregon early and backpacked into a very remote spot, set up camp and scouted the area for three days. Third day of the season I shot a nice buck and packed him out the next day. I never saw another human for 6 full days, which is my person record!!!!
If you go to Oregon, remember that deer season is a huge event there and there isn't a lot of public land. If you have private land to hunt on, you should do fine. Otherwise, it's going to be about getting where all the other hunters are not at, and finding an area that holds animals.