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I am thinking of going out later tonight after the snow storm thinking that the predators might be looking for a bite to eat. Is the a good idea or should I just wait for another night. Any advice on what calls to use or anything like that would be appreciated.

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I'm no expert but I know for sure the night after a storm there is big time movement.as for calls rabbit distress works great
 
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IMHO frigid nights are outstanding for predator hunting. I was out last night in 14 degrees and predators were out at every stand I hit except for one. I hope it stays frigid a long time...my favorite night to hunt predators, even with a moon bright as last nights. Go for it!
 

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I'm heading out at daylight for bobcat.going to hunt most of the day.taking tonight off.froze the last two nights.
 
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