Unread postby may21581 » Wed Feb 12, 2020 11:04 pm
The moon has a great impact on wildlife and their feeding. Your trailcams, sightings, and harvests can tell you it does.
The other factors influence hunting success more though. Pressure trumps everything. You can have the best moon but 20 hunters on a ten acre parcel and your odds just bottomed out.
Likewise if you have the best moon and your hunting the rut and the does are on your neighbors property your odds again just tanked.
Yes the moon is interesting. In the areas that I hunt pressure, coldfronts, timing, and food sources will dictate where and when I hunt. If the moon is just right that's a bonus. If it isn't I'm still going. That's my take and others will have their own opinions and experiences.
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