Photo courtesy of Apple Creek Whitetails
Most hunters are a bit lazy. They are content to sit and watch a primary food source, let’s say an alfalfa or soybean field, night after night and year after year. Even though a lot of big bucks are killed in crop fields, they don’t tend to produce consistent success.
The hunter would be far better off to place a stand 100 or 200 yards away from the food source and hunt in the transition zone.