5 Ways to Beat a Variable Wind

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RE: 5 Ways to Beat a Variable Wind

Postby wack » Wed Mar 11, 2009 11:30 am

Relax Joel you weren't bothering me and it's my fault that High Times was brought up. I just wanted to make it clear that I'm not promoting drugs, I can take the joke and had it coming. No apology needed except from me to you, sorry for going off, it wasn't anything personal. I'm sure others were thinking the same way you were, that's part of the fun of being Wack.
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RE: 5 Ways to Beat a Variable Wind

Postby Goose » Wed Mar 11, 2009 3:37 pm

You've got a whole slew of hunters here talking about the same old boring ways to beat the wind, with the same old boring answers that hunters have been repeating for hundreds of years now, if you're looking for boring generic answers, just skip over my replies.

 
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RE: 5 Ways to Beat a Variable Wind

Postby wack » Thu Mar 12, 2009 11:12 am

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does it get anymore original than a doe urine grunting bubble maker?  Or should we advocate smoke bombs and argue about carbon again? Lead us back into intelligent conversation O fearless and wise leader....cabin fever is setting and the troops are getting restless. lol
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RE: 5 Ways to Beat a Variable Wind

Postby Sam Menard » Wed Mar 25, 2009 8:48 am

Whether its' constant wind or variable I try to use the same tactic.
[ol][*]get high up in the tree
[*]try being as odor-free as you can
[*]get behind cover/out of the wind
[*]As much as possible, hunt downwind of where you expect deer to be.[/ol]
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