3. Cornfield Edges
At the height of the rut, when many does are seeking mates, uncut cornfields have it all: They are at once feeding areas, bedding areas, and rendezvous spots. Does will hang out in and around the corn all day, frequently venturing into adjacent semi-open areas of CRP, goldenrod, brush, or pasture, where they can be seen by bucks. If you work the wind carefully, you can sneak along three sides of the field. Slip just inside the corn or in bordering woods or hedgerows, all the while glassing into those semi-open areas for bucks.