Super veteran guide and hunter Wayne Pearson emphasizes reading the barometer if you want to be successful on your hunt. That barometer may change. If it does, it throws it all out the window. Every bit of barometric pressure. I respect that more than anything in the world. Barometric pressure can change that. When you say barometric pressure so high, barometric pressure means that high pressure system, which usually means good weather, is that how that works? You know, it's a change of weather. David, I like a twenty nine point four and rising, I like that. I like a quick fall on barometer that makes wildlife move. So a quick change in barometer, Barometric pressure will stimulate wildlife to move. But if you bring in a hard rain, blowing rain and it starts off lot, this low drizzle, they gonna move. But when that rain gets hard and windy and changes, the temperature changes. Everything goes out the window. They go to bed down. And so you've got to learn to use barometric pressure in your favor. And that's trial and error. What works for you might not work for me. What works for me might not work for you. But I will tell you, if you hunting major feeding periods and barometer changes drastically, then you probably should go home, because if you're hunting and there's nothing to hunt on, you're wasting your time.