With the chance of rain showers overnight I am excited for first light tomorrow morning. Seems like where we hunt showery days have been more active than clear bright sunny days in recent years.(especially last Monday and Tuesday) what types of weather have brought you the most consistent success in killing a gobbler?
I prefer calmhumid and overcast. I swear bright sunny days they shut down earlier. Had better luck with them gobbling more on cloudy days. Very light drizzle and a distant rumble of thunder ain't bad neither.
I also have had more success on light rainy or overcast days, especially when it rained through the night. That being said, just after any weather change seems to be good, sunny to rain or vise versa, seems to get the birds coming to calling.