Belly crawling is, depending on your attitude, either the highest or the lowest (literally and figuratively) way to get up on game. To purists, a belly crawl doesn’t count as hunting because it isn’t playing the game right. They want animals to come to them. But a good crawl takes a lot of skill and patience. Nowhere was that more evident than in Nebraska last week when I watched Outdoor Life’s Natalie Krebs make a stalk on a gobbler covering what we later determined to be 270 yards.