I'll usually be out there hunting no matter what the weather conditions are on opening day. But if it's hot, like 70 or above, I probably won't shoot anything unless it's a monster. It's just too much damn work and stress to rush around trying to prevent a deer from spoiling. The season is long, so I don't mind letting them go on a hot day... it's just not worth it for me.
something else to keep in mind, when it is cooler there are more hunters in the woods. If you hunt an area that recieves a lot of pressure, warmer days might be your chance to be alone in the woods.
:smiley_baby: :smiley_cry: :smiley_devil:Hi Dannmann. You still make me laugh and check your voice mail! Dang you call my Bro and not me from the woods. Sniff, sniff...........Boo, Who, Whoo....... :smiley_bbq:
Dude, I just called cj to make him jealous:smiley_devil:
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Dan... you seem to have better "adventures"
I think it was fuc*en great that you called me at work sunday while you were sitting in the woods.!!! I wish I could have had ya sit the phone down an wack another one too.
Thanks for taking me hunting with ya Dan. For a few min. I was there with ya! :smiley_blink:
PS: ya dig anything up for somewhere else?
Ditto. Ditto. And ditto...
Nothing will keep me out of the woods when I have the chance to hunt, especially not hot weather. I doubt I will shoot anything this weekend unless it requires a trip to the taxidermist. In weather above 60 degress, you need to get the guts out ASAP and ice it down and that makes for stress and work. I don't process my own deer, so killing one in the evening is not a good idea, hence the reason I'll only shoot a good buck in the evening until things cool down.