Have you ever been in a situation where it seems everywhere you look is standing corn? You know deep down inside that the deer are in the corn, but you don’t know how to get to them.

Stop worrying. Don Gasaway has some great advice in a Cabela’s blog post. Check it out.

Day begins his stalk on the downwind side of the field and perpendicular to the cornrows. That is, if the cornrows are north and south, his stalk will be east and west. He begins about 30 yards in from the end of the field and moves slowly across the field looking down the rows for deer. Barry pays attention to just how far up the rows he can see, divides that by half, and makes a mental note… [continued]

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