I wasn't bashing you, I understand what you were saying. I was just saying that from my experiences. I hunted in rain opening weekend, I think it was last year. It was a light rain, but rain nonetheless. Horrible, absolutely horrible. I was thinking of leaving the woods because my clothes, hat and gloves were damp, and if I was thinking that that means that over 75% of the rest of the hunters were already out of the woods. Which made deer movement even worse. My last year hunting in Marinette County in WI about 4 years ago we got rained on Sunday. Once again, very miserable conditions. One thing I will point out though. I do rely on other hunters being out in the woods, and kicking the deer around a little bit. You might not be in the same case, so maybe I appear a little bias.
As far as the still hunting, you can still hunt in snow just fine, as a matter of fact, I was still hunting last year during the muzzleloader season. We had just received a bunch of ice over the snow, which made things worse than ideal conditions. I did get a shot at a nice buck though. I saw him before he saw me, plus I was downwind of him which made it nice too. Unfortunately, I missed the shot.