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I see they're calling for rain and thunderstorms this weekend. Haven't been out yet, I was planning on going but with this forecast its not wise to bow hunt in the rain.guess it will be a last minute decision depending on the weather man!


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Too soon to know. I don't like bowhunting in heavy rain when the woods are still thick. Tough combination for tracking. Light rain or right after the rain is a different story.
 

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If it is pouring like they say it might be I will use that opportunity to broadcast some more rye

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A good rain will wash away the blood trail. Hate to lose a deer because of it.


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If it is pouring like they say it might be I will use that opportunity to broadcast some more rye

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Yup. I just bought some to replenish a torn up plot.

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It has to rain like a monsoon to wash a blood trail away totally. Do a search and see. It can be raining and you will still see the blood, just take it slow. I have killed many bucks in the rain, and like someone else said, right after a rain while still sprinkling is deadly.


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It actually helps when you track with blood glow
 
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