interesting.....I was thinking the smoke is heavier than my odor so in turn my odor would even be worse than the smoke but you put a wrench into this thinking.....
Thermals-another piece of the puzzle! Anybody notice that deer don't scent you as much in the a.m as in the p.m?
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[size="3"]Two points, Goose.[/size]
[size="3"]#1. Don't guess what the wind in your hunting area's doing, use the colored smoke bombs and find out. They work.[/size]
[size="3"]#2. Having spent my time around camp fires, I can relate to what you're saying, but I do think that many times (especially when the wind is light), the reason why campfire smoke seems to constantly shift, is that the heat generated by the campfire itself, warms the air above it, which rises, and then the colder air on the ground around the campfire rushes in to fill the void, similar to a thunderstorm...[/size]
me too i use it all day longbut I also carry wind-puff squeeze bottles,
What's in your wind puff squeeze bottles?
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