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New to forum & just posted a decoy question yesterday, but have one on weather for you experienced guys. I am relativiely new to the sport, and I know blue bird days have the birds holding up once the sun starts shining hard, but what can I expect in Eagle Lake area of TX this weekend with the oncoming rain prediction? Hate to waste the last weekend for specks, but don't want to waste it sitting in the rain, either.
 

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Rainy weather gives YOU the hunter the advantage. It messes with their visibility. It can be miserable to hunt though, as you and all of your gear gets wet. Make sure to clean your gun IMMEDIATELY after the hunt to protect against rust.

If the weather gets nasty...don't delay!!! Go do it!
 

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The nastiest weather days have always been my best kill days. The more rain and wind you have the better! Birds stay up in the air longer as well.
 

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If it gets to raining too hard the birds will just stay where they are at. Been there and done that. Light rain and a little wind it is game on.
 
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