It seems this year with all the food available from the late rains within the confines of security cover as well as the crazy weather and unfavorable winds, it takes a significant change in weather to get most of the deer to move normally. Here are a few patterns that have gotten deer on the move: cooler weather for a day, sustained normal West winds all day, periods between storms, and now a taste of winter. We have a snow front moving in, which should help from here on out. We have yet to have a hard frost, which will knock down the natural forage growing back in the river bottom and get more deer out to the alfalfa fields. Check back to see what happens once the snow starts flying! I hope we get snow, however, the weatherman has been wrong once before.