Once that big old does starts blowing you are hosed anyway, no matter when you get into the stand.
Just not true at all. I was sitting in a new pop up blind with the wife last night. About 15-20 minutes after feeder went off, around 6:10, we hear blowing and see two doe jumping off. There was no way they could see us, just spooked by the new pop up and probably the associated smell. It was brushed in pretty decent but not perfect.
Fast forward to sunset and two bucks roll in, one is a target buck about 160 with a split drop and split g2’s. They feed for 15 minutes and then just walk off like nothing was different. They stayed just beyond my crossbow range and didn’t give me a shot but I was ready had they come a little closer.
Anyway, the minutes before those bucks rolled out the wife was asking if we should go since “nothings coming” and even texting my son about how the deer are blowing at our blind and all kind of non sense. I told her patience...there was still shooting light left. Glad the deer proved me right.
Long story short, doe blowing does not always mean an end to the hunt
Edit: the morning before this story took place I was hunting a new stand and had deer in front of me for about 90 minutes. About 45 minutes in a doe starts blowing for no reason, and she stuck around just blowing. They stayed for another 45 minutes and slowly walked off. Some doe just like to hear themselves yell. I woulda shot that one had it been later in the season.