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BY The GameKeepers on Sep. 11, 2012

Air-Current Observations

Whitetails use their extremely sophisticated sense of smell in every part of their life so learning to play the wind, or possibly more importantly, how a whitetail plays the wind, is vital to consistent hunting success. How do we know what the wind might be doing?

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