As a normal farming practice as of late, farmers are combining fields which is always easy to hide in. Now, it seems like as soon as they harvest, they're brush hogging the fields down to nothing within a day or even hours after. How the heck are you guys effectively hiding in them? We can't dig down in these fields either. We try to play the contour of the land and use certain ditch lines or weed lines but sometimes that's hard to find. Ducks come right in but geese are a little more weary. Look like a pile of husks and corn stalks got left in the field? Any advice is appreciated.