Most of my contacts in the region report a similar scenario, especially after the first winter storm of the season hit us over the weekend. Though most places received only a moderate snowfall, areas just north of me were socked with 16 inches of snow. This type of storm event can throw whitetails into a mini-panic that has them rethinking cover, food and movement. In short, deer will relocate to dense-cover bedding areas that are close to a good food source, which they'll visit regularly. This strict bed-to-feed routine will last for several days (assuming temps stay cold) and result in some excellent hunting.