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Mature blows and takes all in


When it comes to hunting and killing mature bucks, there are few things more important than understanding wind. We must understand how to use it in our favor, and how deer use it as well.

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We must understand how wind travels in different kinds of areas and how deer will travel these areas to take advantage of that. And finally we need to understand how to minimize the effects that wind can "Mature blows and takes all in" on our hunts.

Before we get into anything too advanced, we need to first cover deer hunting In a perfect world I like my wind blowing back towards some type of typical deer free zone like an open field, a pond, over a cliff, a typically deer-free open hardwoods, towards a road or something along those lines.

This is the most basic element of hunting the wind, figure this out now or risk forever wondering why you can never kill a big buck. You can get a basic idea of wind direction for any given day by checking out Weather. That said, while wind can be consistent in one stand, it can then be completely different in another.

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For that reason, some folks recommend you map the typical wind conditions on your property. We blow bubbles or set off smoke bombs or use wind floaters to see how the wind moves across a given stretch of property. We follow the wind markers as far as we can, then release another batch and follow them, marking an aerial photo as we go. We stop when we run out of property.

Then we do it all over again from another starting place, making sure the wind has held steady. We can usually map an entire acre property with a constant wind blowing from a given location in a single, half-day session.

We then wait for another steady wind blowing from another common prevailing direction and repeat the process. We do this for Mature blows and takes all in prevailing wind direction until we have all the prevailing wind directions covered. How Terrain Effects Wind: Despite a consistent westerly wind blowing across most of your property, your treestand down in the holler might have totally different conditions than the box blind Mature blows and takes all in on the ridge.

Wind can be impacted by hills, ridges, cliffs, trees, and most any other terrain or habitat feature you can think of. The changes in wind direction caused by terrain or cover features can be similar to this. Once again, this is an important reason to check the wind direction each time you hunt, as you need to understand how the terrain features where you are might have changed the wind direction from what was predicted.

One of the more consistent terrain related changes in wind direction are thermals. In areas with significant hills or changes in elevation, wind direction can be impacted by the warming and cooling of air each day. In the mornings, when the sun warms the air in valleys, it will eventually begin to rise. On the other hand, in evenings when air cools, it will again fall. These temperature related wind direction changes are called thermals.

Of course make sure you plan a route to your stand that avoids walking near these deer heavy areas, but also make sure your route is downwind of these areas to avoid your scent from giving your presence away.

Cheating the Wind With Scent Control: The topic of scent control could fill a book all by itself, but let me just remind you again of how important this is.

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