I keep a few replacement plants going all of the time. As soon as one plant starts to produce, a new batch has been seeded in another location. This offers great insurance against many possible causes of plant loss and usually gives us a full summer's worth of daily cucumbers. For me it works much better than trying to coax another cuke or two out of tired, spent vines. I pulled one of my earliest planted vines today.
One of the latest batches of seedlings
This is a fairly young plant, though wilted from the hot, late morning sun, will perk up when the sun gets lower and the plant's soil temperature drops.