A buddy and me sat on a 120 acre bean field tonight that has heavy woods on two sides and a thick fenceline on the other side. We were in two ground blinds but could see most of the field.
There is tons of sign around and a salt lick we put out was hit real hard. There was a hard frost (north central Minnesota) and the beans are yellowish brown.
We did not see a single deer on the field tonight. Are there times when the deer don't go for the tast of soybeans? Is there and optimum time to see deer on the bean fields? Please help, this is puzzling me why we didn't see deer.