Turkey Bandit· Registered
Anytime you have wind, you can count on a hard hunt. You can't hear much and they can't hear you very well. Birds will congregate in 3 spots: open fields, protective ridges or bottoms, and thick evergreen stands. They will try to avoid the wind and minimize the sensory overload of swinging trees and bushes. Try to use loud calls such as boxes or them push pin jobs and make sure your listening intently. Besides patience, or a run and gun strategy with a LOT of run, there's not much else you can try. The best news is lots of hunters give up, so you can move around a little more without much competition. Hope this helps!