Whether you’re fishing, hunting, or recreational shooting, knowing the wind’s direction and velocity is critical. You don’t have to throw a handful of dirt in the air and hope for the best when you can use a handheld anemometer (wind meter) to take precise readings. Look for models with large, easy-to-read displays. If you’re going to use your anemometer in cold temps when you’ll be wearing gloves, larger function buttons are always a better choice. Here are three options to consider when choosing a model that’s just right for you.