Great outdoorsman Wayne Pearson talks about what to consider before going on a hunt. You mentioned in talking about choosing a time to go hunting, that weather and barometric pressure were key. I know that you link barometric pressure to your hunts. A high pressure, a barometric reading over 30.20 is generally considered high, and high pressure is associated with clear skies and calm weather. Rising or steady pressure means continued fair weather. When I book a trip. I really want to go on a dark night. I love full moon, that’s pretty, but they sure aren’t the best time to go. I find that if I'm hunting on a full moon when that moon’s straight, deer are feeding, when that moon is straight down their feeding, when it's coming up and going down, that's a minor feeding period. If the moon is straight up, they're going to feed a lot at night and then you're going to have to hunt in the middle of the day. I've taken more big deer between 10 and two than I have any other time because you don't tell these deer when to run, you've got to be out, when they’re running and then success is sitting in the stand and paying your dues and hunting. And that's what hunting is about. And it's not just the best times. A lot of people ask me what's the best time to go hunting? And I say, when you can go.