Deer cast/movement forecast

Discussion in 'Bowhunting Talk' started by TJ McKenzie, Sep 16, 2018 at 8:29 AM.

  1. TJ McKenzie

    TJ McKenzie Newb

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    How many of you pay attention or follow all of the deer feeding/moving times. I recently downloaded the deer cast app by drury outdoors and it basically states whether mornings or afternoons are good or bad. I have also seen the lunar calendar times. There are so many options out there. I have always basically hunted days depending on the wind direction. Do any of you follow this stuff and if so, does it work? thanks in advance and God bless.
     
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    Kfili Weekend Warrior

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    Just take it all with a grain of salt, last night was supposed to be "excellent" and it was my first sit of the year (of 3) where I didnt see anything. Is that the apps fault? No there are a countless number of other factors- neighbors, pressure, coyotes all unpredictable that influence these things. Hunting on wind direction is much more important than hunting based on a forecast of good movement
     
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    Pretty much what I was thinking. I only get a handful of hunts in per year. I was curious if anyone that hunts a lot ever saw any type of trends. Thanks for the advice.
     
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    I hunt when I can, if I can look at it app and it says good deer movement I can say I get happy, if it says it’s bad I like to challenge it!


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