We have probably 6 or 7 bucks that are over 150 inches and besides seeing a couple of them during the rut we haven't had ONE daylight picture of any since Halloween. Everything is at least 2 hours from shooting light, but they all survived gun season and are hitting our plots around the farm at night. We have an extremely high deer density and even the does are first getting up at last light. Our property is surrounded by 200 acres of cut corn which may be the reason but we are hoping to start seeing some earlier movement in our food plots soon. By Sunday there should be around 12-16" of snow on the ground, a huge pressure spike, and extremely cold temps. I am going to give it a go, if there is any day to kill one of them I would say Sunday would be the day. Or am I completely out of my mind?