I've seen a many deer on rainy days. I like to be in a ladder stand over a mock scrape. The deer will freshen the scrape when the rain lets up. The deer like to use the neighbors mineral sites after a rain, which gets deer moving as well. I also think one of the best times to stalk deer is when the forest floor leaves are moist. When the rain is a drizzle or mist, the deer just go on about thier normal activities around here. I think over the years deer have patterned the rain with hunters leaving the woods, so to them it seems like a safe time to move around. I sure used to pack it up and leave in my younger days when the drizzle started, now I know to stay for the action. I'd love to see a story in the mag, about how rain impacts deer movement.
"Let a young buck go, so he can grow."