High-pressure weather systems almost always offer the best predator hunting. Cold, snowy days can be good, but rain is usually not. Heavy wind inspires predators to seek sheltered areas, and it makes it hard for them to hear your call. In windy conditions, hunt in deep canyons, and hunt tight to cover. During very hot weather, hunting can be good really early and really late, but not much will move during the heat of the day. During severe cold snaps, coyotes will move all day, but if you’re after bobcats, wait until the day warms up. They’re more likely to move once the temps have climbed a bit.