As the season progresses, drives become a good bet. Deer that are pushed by drivers have a tendency to sneak and crawl and lie low in the thick rows. Therefore, the more drivers, the better. Safety is absolutely paramount here, and both the drivers and posters should be dressed head-to-toe in blaze orange. For stand hunting, setting up at the edge of a cornfield can be a fool's game, with one exception: right after the late-season corn has been cut and the thermometer's mercury plummets, when deer return in droves to eat leftover corn.