- Jul 26, 2002
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I just finished reading one of the articles in the newest issue of Bowhunter magazine that I received today. It mentions one of the options of farm crop hunting to be Corn Row Stalking. I'm wondering if any of you have tried this and how successful has it been? The article mentions that is is a good stradegy for a windy day, to cross the rows slowly and look up and down each row. It just seems like it would be very difficult to channel an arrow down a corn row, without being deflected by a tusk or corn leaf. Evidently deer like to make these fields a bedding ground, and if your lucky, you can catch them bedded and stalk them. What's your thoughts or experiences with this or cropland hunting? ie. corn, bean fields, winter wheat.