The trick, according to Snow, is learning to read the landscape to pinpoint the corridors bucks use to move through your hunting ground. Consider this example: Two woodlots are separated by a large CRP field, which is bisected by a brushy fenceline. With no obstacles to negotiate, bucks could cross the field just about anywhere. Yet invariably, they'll sidle along the fenceline, using its outline to obscure their silhouettes. That sweet spot is obvious. The subtler ones require some searching.