I have been deer hunting for 40 years and quite successfully, I might add - until this year. I figure you never have too much experience to take advice from someone else, so here goes. I own a couple of plots of land in SW AR where we have been very successful hunting the last few years. This year, it is like the deer have vanished. I am getting quite a few buck pictures on my game cameras, but very few does. On one camera that I have had in two different locations 1/4 mile apart, I have pictures of 11 different bucks since 1 Jan, and 18 different bucks since October. We have hunted hard, and my wife has seen one buck and I have seen none. EVERY buck picture in the past 4 months was taken at night. Is this typical for deer to still be that nocturnal this late in the year. Last year, during the winter, we were seeing 10 to 15 deer per evening in the food plots - this year, zero, although the plots are finally getting pretty good use. In three years of trying, I have never had deer eat corn, although I keep it out almost year round - from a feeder and also pouring it on the ground in the foodplot where they are feeding - any inisight into getting them on corn? Also, I typically plant wheat and oats in my foodplots, but the deer have not used them very well this year - do you guys recommend anything better? Thanks, any help is appreciated.