Many of the farms Ted Marum hunts have broken habitat--small woodlots, ag fields, brushy draws, CRP, and creekbottoms. Bucks love to tuck up in the small chunks of cover, and it's easy to surround a little patch with guys, send a driver in there, and push the buck out, Marum says. "Trouble is, he'll be going Mach 6 and the shooting opportunities are not only terrible but unsafe." But Marum figured out that while these deer will run like mad to escape immediate danger, they slow down as they enter the next available cover. "If you put your standers at these spots, they're shooting at bucks on a walk, at ranges close enough to kill them with a bow."