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Hunting in a hurricane

Hawgnuts57

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Unfortunately deer season isn't until Saturday. Not like I have deer anyway
 

Hawgnuts57

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What I really was out doing was seeing how it was to one stick in the rain and how rappelling would go and honestly I liked it better. I'm using a prusik as a backup for my safeguard and there is no heat when coming down fast in my backup hand when the rope is wet
 

Weldabeast

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This guy isn't a hunter but he's got trail cams running all the time. He's down south Florida. Watch some of his videos while the trail cam sat out during hurricanes and u will see how much animal activity is happening before/during/after the storms ...



The controlled burn video is pretty crazy too..... Look at the outside temp display on the camera..surprised it survived
 

lawrence

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Some of the best hunting I had was after a heavy Florida rain. Of course one of the worst experiences was being in the same rain without a raincoat.
 

Hawgnuts57

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I got some pictures last year while the storm was still moving through. The wind was still above 100
 

seadonist

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Right before is perfect! Right after is great too. But hey deer move in the rain also.
I went up to the camp to secure everything the day before Ida hit and I saw deer on the hoof everywhere, all day long. Never seen anything like it


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