We must understand how wind travels in different kinds of areas and how deer will travel these areas to take advantage of that. The best learning example, at least for me, is watching water in a creek. It is a good idea to constantly monitor the wind along with the deer behavior in matures blow for a buck particular area.
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7 Advanced Tips for Using the Wind to Hunt Mature Bucks
When that happens it will pull any odor that is present to the ground with it. That said, while wind can be consistent in one stand, it can then be completely different in another. Typically this matures blow for a buck bucks will approach feeding areas or bedding areas from the downwind side, or at least with the wind crossing their face. Given that, many deer and almost all mature bucks will try and use the wind when approaching new areas. This concept is explained much better by Todd Pringnitz in the video below.
Up until now the only way to acquire that information was through firsthand observations or going back and checking the wind direction for particular days of the season. Naturally, the more mountainous the region the more complicated things can get. I have hunted in my home state of Southern West Virginia where the wind hit me in the face, collided with the steep mountain face behind me and then rolled back onto itself; hitting the ground somewhere out in front of me. How does it act in the morning as opposed to evening? Typically a buck will want to bed in a place where he can watch one direction, and then have the wind to his back, allowing him to smell anything behind him.