After years of studying Boone and Crockett harvest data, I've been able to pattern certain trends with temperature and deer activity.
With that in mind, we can now apply cloud types. We will keep it simple and talk about the most common ones. These are divided into low, middle and high cloud types. Each one is affected differently by the wind.
In the northern hemisphere our weather patterns travel from west to east with the exception of some coastal areas. In general, a westerly wind brings fair weather and high pressure and an easterly wind means an approaching front and a drop in barometric pressure or a low.
As we enter into May I’ve decided to take a look at the top 20 typical NWTF record birds and the dates they were killed on.
How your birds will gobble this week
As we head into the first weekend in April virtually every region is heating up with pre-breeding gobbling.
There was a full moon last weekend, which is a good sign for any of you early turkey hunters.
It's been a tough winter and deer are beginning to feel the brunt of it.
As we enter the last week of Whitetail Forecasts for 2010, we will see a diversity of hunting weather conditions.
Let it snow, let it snow! From west to east waves of precipitation will pound a good portion of the US this week. Many areas will see deer congregate in winter yarding areas and holdup close to food sources.
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