It seems that there have been a large number of hunts spoiled by bad weather this season. I know in this fast moving world we live in, with limited time off and hunts both paid and planned for sometimes years in advance, many give little consideration to the weather and are determined to go on matter what.
Only to be miserable suffering through dangerous weather and unhuntable conditions and just want to be back home no matter the cost. I'm not talking about an evening rain storm. Big weather, like slow moving low pressure systems, fogged in condition, snow storms, icing, extreme winds ect...
After a few of these, I now watch the weather just as I would if I were boating in big water or filing a flight plan.
It is sometimes the wiser choice to know when to foldem so to speak. Having a plan B might be something to consider. I realize this is not possible for all, but could be a good way to still enjoy a trip even if it wasnít exactly what you had in mind.
Much better than being stuck in a tent praying that it donít get blown away.