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Topic “Jim Nelson”

  • I have collected data from around the country for years through log book entries from trail cameras, hunters and private studies. The results are clear and indisputable. Deer like a pressure above 30.00 in.

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  • This spring’s unusually wet and cool conditions have pushed breeding dates ahead by as much as 3 weeks.

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  • While it's nice to be able to pick your days to hunt, most of us have to deal with busy work schedules which means weekends are the only option. If this forces you to hunt in rainy and cool weather, find roosting birds and set up as close as you can, to increase your odds.

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  • Here we are heading into mid April and at this time of the year the northern states are usually in full pre-breeding gobbling.

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  • Heading into the heart of April, gobbling should be in full swing in all regions of the country. The northern states are still cool and unsettled while the south central is already in heat wave and drought conditions.

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  • This time of year fronts will come and go every few days and picking the windows in between with rising barometers, warmer temperatures, calming winds and clear skies can really improve your odds.

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  • Weather expert Jim Nelson provides the weekend gobbling report

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  • Here are the best weather conditions for coyote hunting.

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  • We enter the second week of December with most of the nation dealing with wind, snow and below average temperatures. The secondary rut kicks in the north as the primary rut will be going on in the southern states. Finding the hunting window between storms and as pressure rises above 30.10 is key. Here are your regions:

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  • As we enter December strong storms sweep across the nation. Gusty winds will accompany these fronts on both ends and some regions will see heavy rain (1-3inches). In all areas hunting immediately after the winds subside will be a good bet. Here are your regions:

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