I think it definitely makes it harder to a degree.
Pro's-With the deep snow you have highways to follow and then they seem to only go off the main trail for a little bit and bed down. You don't have the deer wondering around aimlessly like you would if you didn't have the deep snow. So you probably have a better chance at finding a shed on a main trail because the bucks are using them as well.
They're herded up by us so it might help you in that sense as well you find one their might be more around.
Cons- Ive got 2 standing bean fields that I thought would be killer for shed hunting but due to the deep snow they cant even get at them.
With them herding up you might not have any deer on your land.
We went close to a week without any snow so any recently shed ones were not covered up. But we just got 4 inches lastnight so any that were out there are now covered up.
So it could go both ways I guess and I am no ,these thoughts are just what I have observed.
Genesis 27:3 Take your bow and quiver full of arrows out into the open country, and hunt some wild game.....