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  • Weather roulette

    Anybody else stare at the forecast like you're watching the PowerBall numbers tumble around? Fingers crossed. Pacing back and forth. Chance of rain comes across the tv and you're standing in your living room saying "come onnnnn, baby.....COME ON! Gimme that rain! Pleeeease!"

    Not that I would do that. Asking for a friend...
    Western Kentucky

  • #2
    I know someone that does that a few days before he goes on a hunt, and hoping that the ground is dry by the day he goes. I can't say who but I know he's a member on this forum.
    🐜 🎤 SW Georgia

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    • #3
      Well I admit, I'm guilty. It rarely snows where I live, maybe once every 10 years. I remember as a child waiting by the window all night when there was snow in the forecast. Now I wait by the window watching for rain, lol.
      South Carolina

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      • #4
        I look at it every day but say I hope it doesn't rain lol
        NW Georgia

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        • #5
          I’ve been doing a rain dance for two weeks...
          fresh plowed fields... not a drop..
          actually thinking hose and sprinkler system... lol...✌️
          Southeastern Minnesota’s driftless area

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          • Mattern
            Mattern commented
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            Carry a watering can North!

          • Coy
            Coy commented
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            An Ol' Timer told me to hang a snake on a barbed wire fence to make it rain, he swore it always works . But I like our foot-impaired friends so I've only done it once when aa snake got run over in front of my house. It DID rain the next day, but it was forecast to so who knows haha

          • Mailman
            Mailman commented
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            I'd say a snake on a fence is just as accurate as the weather man.

        • #6
          Guilty as charged!
          N.C. from the mountains to the sea

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          • #7
            Birds of a feather, flock together. Lol.

            Come onnnnnn....be there......gimme that rain....
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            Last edited by Mailman; 04-28-2021, 09:18 AM.
            Western Kentucky

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            • Benji
              Benji commented
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              Its headed this way mailman.....we will definitely get some rain tomorrow.....personally i dislike the rain when it affects the water levels, however when it doesnt matter abt the levels, i welcome it cuz thats when im hunting soil and the rain helps.

          • #8
            I’ve been doing that for a loooong time. Walked a field just yesterday. Was like walking in all purpose flour and that’s no exaggeration. Dry, dry , dry. Everything in the fields is the same color and buried in a layer of dust. Bad for hunting artifacts but worse for the farmers for sure. I still look as often as I can and enjoy being outside even if the only thing I find is myself.
            👍😃
            Uncle Trav- Southwest Michigan

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            • Mailman
              Mailman commented
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              Man, I'm sitting on 6 or 8 good sites that are worked up into powder. A good 3" soaker, and I'd be posting new finds left and right

          • #9
            Nothing turned here for me yet. Every time the creeks start to get low here comes the rain. Turns the water a muddy red.
            NW Georgia

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            • #10
              Rain or wind out on the high desert just rain around home .

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              • #11
                Hay I've never done that, LOl ( Lie. Out. Loud. ) Kim
                Knowledge is about how and where to learn more Knowledge that you seek. Snyder County Pa.

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