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Discussion in 'Deer Hunting' started by 120+, Oct 25, 2021.
Plenty of frost at 35 in the low areas
I'm in the far SE KY area and one area on my hunting lease is always much colder than the rest. It never sees the sun and frosts/freezes much earlier in the fall than the rest. Unfortunately it doesn't have much habitat and I don't hunt it at all.
sounds like a sanctuary
Weather underground dropped it to 34 for tonight so I feel a frost coming on and hopefully a lot of falling leaves this week.
Just heard on the radio they’re expecting patchy frost in areas in the morning. Hope it happens. Should really get them moving
If the sky get clear tonight, we will get a good frost
It is clearing so they are dropping the temp. Underground now says 33 and weather channel says 32. They've slowly dropped it over the last 24 hours.
Watch out driving! They will be running tonight!
yotes will probably be out also
I was hanging cameras a few weeks back. Up on the mountain around 1:00 pm and they cut loose. Sounded like they were a few hundred yards away but it's hard to pinpoint in the hollows. I was surprised to hear them around noon on a bright sunny day.
Take this advice however you like. Ignore it if you want.
This is the weatherunderground 10 day forecast for southeastern Kentucky so find your area.
I've been watching it for a few years. Any time the pressure is high I see more activity on cameras and in the stand. Monday through Wednesday looks really good if you can go.
Couple that with the fact that it's NOVEMBER looks good to me. I think I'll take the entire week off and see if I can put a stick in one.
Just a suggestion.
Had tomorrow morning circled on the weather map for a week. Still haven't come up with a good excuse to call in..... Need to work on that angle of my hunting skills.
It's called SLICK leave. You call in and tell em you have an EYE problem! Eye can't see me coming in today!
Tell them you are quarantining.
My understanding is that one sign of Covid is a fever. Buck fever is a type of fever. Problem solved.