Swags and Saddles
If you don't see a lot of sign in the high places, walk straight to the low spots and check there. Deer routinely enter fields in a dip, swag, or saddle for the converse reason that they go high--to get out of sight. Low spots are likely places for deer to feed, too, because the plants are often more lush and succulent there. Soybeans in the lowest part of a field, for example, are usually the last to turn yellow in fall because they get the most moisture. Deer prefer green soybeans, so they feed in the low spot.