Good luck, Hub.
My short trip yesterday lasted about an hour. I was looking in a cornfield that has been standing all winter. I noticed on Friday that the farmer was beginning to cut, so I better get out there. The areas that were cut will be very difficult to hunt, but I found that the deer have been using the same trails due to heavy snow. There is still about 6-8" of snow, but when it melts down I'll go back. Before it goes back I need to run the tracks out and see if they're bedding consistently in the same place. If so, I will hunt the sheds there, too.
Didn't find anything but plenty of tracks -- both turkeys and deer.
When the Everyday Hunter
isn't hunting, he's thinking about hunting, talking about hunting, dreaming about hunting, writing about hunting, or wishing he were hunting.