What do you all look for when scoping out rabbit hunting land to ask permission on? I would think it might be different by geography... for example I mostly hunt North Central Indiana (super flat and 99.999% tillable land!), but I hunt Southeastern Indiana as well (hilly, 10% tillable). In the giant cornfield of northern and central Indiana, it seems that fence rows are almost non-existent anymore. Most of the woods around me are 2-10 acre plots out in the middle of a cornfield. Sometimes they seem to have such a thick canopy that no brush or grass grows in the woods, as no sunlight can get in. We have also seen a huge jump in coyotes around here. Some seem to be the size of German Shepherds! Do you reckon this is causing the rabbits to head into thicker cover? Do you look for forage/food that you would expect the rabbits to have plenty of? What about wetlands... do you think cottontails prefer to be drier, or do you think the wetlands will cause more lush forage to grow around them? Just wondering what the collective thinks to be the best habitat. Excited to hear your thoughts!