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hunt before, during, or after rain?

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Green Country 25-Oct-11
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From: Green Country Date: 25-Oct-11
If you could pick only one, would you prefer to hunt before, during, or after rain?

How does rain affect the deer movement?

From: guidermd Date: 25-Oct-11
yes

From: razorhunter Date: 25-Oct-11
after,because the bloodtrail won't get washed away....but I LOVE hunting in a good steady drizzle

From: archery95 Date: 25-Oct-11
During the pre-rut I watch the weather real close on rainy days. I want to be in my stand when it quits. It seems like the bucks will get up and freshen scrapes and rubs right after a rain. I also really like to hunt in a drizzle. If it's a downpour I will stay in bed.

From: midwest Date: 26-Oct-11
After heavy rain.

From: mdj Date: 26-Oct-11
Definitely after. I've lost several bloodtrails and deer to rain, and I'd prefer not to do it again.

From: r-man Date: 26-Oct-11
after, I can sneak to stand .2nd choice is during.

From: Jimbo Date: 26-Oct-11
Definitely after it rains... immediately after, if possible. Deer tend to be more active, and as was previously stated, bucks will be freshening scrapes.

From: jostov7 Date: 26-Oct-11
I like before and after. No problem with bloodtrail before with a well placed broadhead, since they usually only run about 40-50 yards. But I do see increased movement both before and after. The harder and longer the rain, the better it is after.

From: smd39 Date: 26-Oct-11
It sucks when you sitting in your stand while it's raining, but I have to admit, I've shot two of my best three bucks while it was raining. Not pouring, but just a light steady rain.

From: grizzlyadam Date: 26-Oct-11
As soon as the rain stops the first thing bucks will do is freshen up their scrapes. If you get there before them it is a good option. Before the rain starts deer will try to fill their bellies as much as they can, so any oak stands or fields would be a good bet.

From: travis@work Date: 26-Oct-11
i`ve had mixed results...just depends on what time of the season we are in..

From: Bou'bound Date: 26-Oct-11
After heavy rain.

From: edfau Date: 26-Oct-11
before and after

From: diesel Date: 26-Oct-11
Always been told the 2 best times to fish are when its raining and when its not raining.

From: travisj Date: 26-Oct-11
Before and after.. first choice is after thou.. barometric pressures are rising an falling at these times an pushes the deer to move..

From: Charlie Rehor (mobile)Sent from Mobile Phone Date: 26-Oct-11
Rain and especially snow "after"!

From: bowanna Date: 26-Oct-11
Always just before any approaching storm front. The deer move early and are easier to fool.

From: KY EyeBow Date: 26-Oct-11
Any time you have a chance to go................. Most of do not have the luxury of picking when we get to go. One thing is for sure, you can't kill one sitting at home!

From: StrutNut Date: 26-Oct-11
As a weekend warrior I go when I can. I have seen much more deer activity during a light rain. It gets too heavy and the deer dont move. Immediately after a havy rain can be really good as well.

From: Toby Date: 26-Oct-11
after

From: buskill Date: 26-Oct-11
Day before and day after a really heavy rain. Love to hunt during a light drizzle.

From: bow shot Date: 26-Oct-11
"Any time you have a chance to go.."

Amen.

From: Bake (mobile)Sent from Mobile Phone Date: 26-Oct-11
I agree, any time I can go, I will. I've sat through downpours and lightning before

But, a cold drizzling november rain makes me more excited than anything.

Bake

From: BowSniper Date: 26-Oct-11
Immediately after a rain is best IMHO. Even if it means getting into the tree during the heavy part of the rain, its fantastic to be ready to go as soon as the rain stops.

From: writer Date: 26-Oct-11
Best-ever hunt was just after a nice rain that ended a long drought. Saw more bucks in 20 minutes than I had all season.

Ditto on wet leaves, too.

From: Ole Coyote Date: 26-Oct-11
Heavy downpour with wind no thanks anything else is fine with me!

Stay well !!!

From: Bowkill Date: 26-Oct-11
All of the above. Who cares as long as your hunting. You never know when Mr. Big is coming to pay you a visit so hunt every chance you get. Kinda like playing the lottery, the more you play the more of a chance you got.

From: Bill in MI Date: 26-Oct-11
Sitting and ready as it's ending an hour before sunset. Preferably behind a cold front resulting in a steady 10 MPH north west wind somewhere around Nov 6th. I have just the stand....

Bill in MI


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