Your move: The good news is that deer are back to beanfields big-time. The bad? The clock is usually ticking, and fast. Unless you're hunting a food plot, your farmer is probably chomping at the bit for harvest, so get those scouting boots on in a hurry. As most of the easy beans (at the woods' edge) will already have been consumed, deer will focus on stuff farther out in the field, making your knowledge of entry trails especially important. Fortunately, buck sign is increasing by the day, so scout entry trails to find field-edge scrapes and/or rubs. If there are no good stand trees or blind setups at these points, set up as close as possible nearby, then use a buck decoy to lure your trophy to your position.