I'll tell you that if you get them to decoy it sure makes for easy shots. They tend to almost float in heavy winds, and have a hard time getting going again once you start shooting. Quality of hunting will vary greatly depending on where you are hunting. IMO, decoys look better with a 10-15 MPH wind, but it's definitely better than no wind.
I've had some awesome hunts when there is a heavy North wind like we will have tomorrow. I'll be near Bonham and I'm expecting a good hunt in the AM.
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