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I would suggest putting a few miles on your boots.
If the buck won't come to you, you have to go to the buck. Still hunting will produce a lot more sightings for you, but you will have to be quick to shoulder your rifle, as your likely going to move your target.
A good tracking snow will tip the scales in your favor, you can pick the track you want to spend time on.
My favorite condisions are a steady light rain. There are a lot less people in the woods, and if you cross a track on bare ground that mashes down to bedrock your in the game.
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