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Question by bigbuck123. Uploaded on November 22, 2012
Deer are extremely alert in windy conditions, and don't move around much. You will have to come to them. Try stalking into the wind in heavy cover and you may push one out of bed. An organized drive would be effective if you can round up a few very safety-conscious hunters.
Bundle up and get some estrousscent out there.
If you're going out this weekend you'll need to brush up on your tracking skills ... and dress warmly in quiet clothing, preferably wool or polar fleece. Lots of snow and wind and more on the way. My kind of hunting conditions.
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