Re: Standing corn and bears
Sometimes they'll bed right in the corn. They're attracted to the corn when it's in the milk stage, and will gorge themselves until they vomit. Often they'll stay right there and eat more, then bed in the cornfield. After the corn is dried they don't like it as much, but it's an easy meal, so it still pays to hunt the corn. They'll wander a little more so it pays to hunt the edges. A friend of mine arrowed a bear in New York last year that way. It was near a corn field where it had been feeding.
"When you put a buck on your wall, it links you to those guys who painted the walls of caves." --Me.