man thats a tough one looking at the map. the only thing i can think of is look for the low spots in the fields along with the hedgerows. i would think they are using the corn to bed. there is just food everywhere. tough one, good luck.
very wise. I do not need to say more>the guys above me have 134098750298 more years experience at deer hunting than i do, but i was wondering. Do you think the deer would be hitting the acorns right now while their falling. I would think since the corn and beans are a plenty they may be looking for a different but still one of their favorite meals, acorns. If they are bedding in the corn than you should not spook them moving in from bakers rd. Plus the wind would be in your favor on the hike in.
Whoever above me said glassing the field is right on. That would be a safe, non-spooking way to help determine their pattern during an early season-deer not spooked yet time.
Tell me what ya'll think about hunting acorn trees from the back side?