Here are some thoughts Im having while sitting here, watching the sky trying to spit out snow. I dont really care to hunt squirrel in these types of conditions (rain/sleet/want to snow). I dont know why, but I just never had much luck when I did. Im not saying that they dont eat when its nasty out, but I just find it not as enjoyable to hunt in such conditions. I suppose it makes it easier to stalk, but Ive still not had much success when the weather is poor. Another time that Ive observed limited success is when the wind is strong. It could be a beautiful, partly sunny day, but the hunt is more challenging when its windy. Not that Im complaining mind you. I recently told a friend about a recent hunt in such conditions that while it wasnt my favorite weather to hunt in, you hunt when you can, and make the best of it. Just because its windy doesnt mean they dont have to eat. Right? Thing is, its been windy the past couple weeks pretty steady, and Ive still managed to get about seven or eight (Im guessing here) in that time. However with all due diligence, I must say that four of those were when the winds were down. What do others say about it? What are some of the things you do about varying weather conditions.