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Hunting time apps? #5490838 12/21/14 07:20 PM
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Does anyone use the hunting time apps or solunar maps and rely on them? What's ya'lls opinions on them?

Re: Hunting time apps? [Re: outdoorsmen54] #5490895 12/21/14 08:25 PM
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Nope, I'm hunting no matter what.

Re: Hunting time apps? [Re: outdoorsmen54] #5490961 12/21/14 09:10 PM
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Pretty sure Redsnake has one and a lot of the guys on here like it. Haven't used it


Re: Hunting time apps? [Re: outdoorsmen54] #5491132 12/21/14 10:22 PM
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I hunt regardless. But I wanted to test a good app and see how accurate it is. In my opinion I think weather and moon phase play apart in movement. But how much of a part does it play? For instance I've always heard if it's a full moon the deer will get up between like 11 to 2 or something like that. But what about the other moon phases?

Re: Hunting time apps? [Re: outdoorsmen54] #5491629 12/22/14 01:39 AM
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Since the solunar tables were developed for fish based on sun, moon, and tides, can somebody tell me who did the research that shows/explains the same traits in mammals that causes them to be more active during solunar peaks?

As near as I can tell, solunar influences are negligible at best to overall environmental issues such as weather, activity in the area, etc., a caveat also noted for fishing.


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