Preparing for Opening Day: Hunting Thunder Chickens in Thunderstorms

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  • Appalachian's avatar

    Man breaks in the rain can be on fire! It's like they are making up for lost time

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    @Appalachian yea man they pile into the open areas on days like that when a little break comes thru or it lightens up. Brings all the bugs to the surface too. Not to mention the rain keeps a good many fair weather hunters at home n off public. Definitely a plus on opening day. With a little luck n persuasion rainy days are the best!

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    @Michael that's exactly right! They are definitely bugging hard when it's wet like that but I also speculate they get out in the open because they can't hear predators in the wet leaves and use their eyes to their advantage!

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    @Appalachian That's a great point!That's one of the reasons i like hunting in the rain or on wet ground. Makes it a lot easier to be quiet as possible. Makes sense that they would acknowledge and adapt. Never thought about it like that

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