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#6105366 - 12/27/15 10:30 PM Hunting a "blizzard"
doublez Offline

Registered: 12/16/13
Posts: 50
Loc: Robert Lee
Ok, so I'm going out tomorrow that isn't the question. My question is, should I go out tomorrow morning before sunrise knowing that the wheat will be covered in 8 to 10 inches of snow, or wait until mid morning (after the sun is supposed to come) and then hunt all day? I can't hunt my feeder because the wind destroyed that blind. So my only option is to hunt the wheat field.

#6105374 - 12/27/15 10:38 PM Re: Hunting a "blizzard" [Re: doublez]
338ultra Offline
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Registered: 12/10/10
Posts: 1857
Loc: Waco, TX
Hunt off the wheat field between the field and their bedding area. And get in there well before daylight.

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#6105378 - 12/27/15 10:41 PM Re: Hunting a "blizzard" [Re: doublez]
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Registered: 08/27/09
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Loc: Forney, Tx
And hand throw corn, lots of corn, they will appreciate it.
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Ever spit it out rather than swallow it?

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Enjoy it while you can. One day you might be complaining about NOT getting random pop-ups in the morning. grin

#6105550 - 12/28/15 06:34 AM Re: Hunting a "blizzard" [Re: doublez]
huntincoach Offline

Registered: 09/01/04
Posts: 578
Loc: Marble Falls
I hand threw yesterday and before they got to it... Sleet had covered it. Redo this morning.

#6105686 - 12/28/15 08:21 AM Re: Hunting a "blizzard" [Re: doublez]
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Registered: 10/17/09
Posts: 2568
Loc: Tha Rock
Smart old doe will stomp the ice through to get to the corn....seen it many times
Good luck!!

#6105736 - 12/28/15 08:47 AM Re: Hunting a "blizzard" [Re: doublez]
Longhunter Offline

Registered: 01/10/09
Posts: 7842
Loc: Only the Shadow Knows
They will smell it and scratch the snow off...
Longhunter >>>-------> Make It Count!!!<><

#6107514 - 12/29/15 12:21 AM Re: Hunting a "blizzard" [Re: majekman]
Bittercreek Offline

Registered: 04/23/05
Posts: 810
Loc: San Angelo Tx.
Originally Posted By: majekman
Smart old doe will stomp the ice through to get to the corn....seen it many times
Good luck!!

Watched that happen today. Around 2pm.

#6107613 - 12/29/15 06:44 AM Re: Hunting a "blizzard" [Re: doublez]
huntincoach Offline

Registered: 09/01/04
Posts: 578
Loc: Marble Falls
Yes my deer hung around yesterday afternoon and found every kernal.

#6108250 - 12/29/15 02:30 PM Re: Hunting a "blizzard" [Re: doublez]
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Registered: 05/27/13
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Loc: Flower Mound, TX
I'm heading out tomorrow evening, and was glad this topic came up as I've never hunted with snow on the ground either. I was going to sweep some spots to put corn down, but you guys seem pretty certain of just putting it out as is... What about adding some vanilla as well?


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#6108256 - 12/29/15 02:33 PM Re: Hunting a "blizzard" [Re: doublez]
jsplinter Offline

Registered: 05/11/10
Posts: 845
Loc: Copperas Cove
Think about the animals up north in the states where there is snow on the ground for months. They have to find a way to get through the snow to find their food. I would say no amount of snow we get here in Texas will be an issue for them.

#6108313 - 12/29/15 03:19 PM Re: Hunting a "blizzard" [Re: doublez]
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Registered: 11/20/14
Posts: 182
Loc: Athens, TX
I grew up in CO and have hunted a lot of deer and elk in snow and blizzards. Animals are adapted to it and they still have to feed. Look for areas they can get out of the wind if there is any and slip up on those spots. Watch the first areas to get sunshine because they will hit those to soak up some sun.


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