Foxpro Hunting TV: Battling Eastern Shore Wind for Red Fox

Swirling or gusty wind isn't optimal for predator hunting. The crew with Foxpro Hunting TV finds out how to get the job done on red foxes on Maryland's Eastern Shore despite the wind.

Foxpro Hunting TV: Battling Eastern Shore Wind for Red Fox

Swirling or gusty wind isn't optimal for predator hunting for numerous reasons, with scent at the forefront of potential problems.

Your scent is being dispersed and predators, such as coyotes, bobcats and foxes, can maybe more easily get a whiff. Calling in strong wind can be challenging, too. As the wind speed increases things continually change, often not for the better.

Maryland's Eastern Shore is no stranger to wind thanks to the Atlantic Ocean and Chesapeake Bay. It's just part of life there, though, so if you're hunting predators you have to deal with it.

The crew with Foxpro Hunting TV finds out how to get the job done on red foxes despite the wind. See how Mike Dillon of Foxpro along with field staffers Mike Burgess and Jeremy Brown battle swirling winds on the shore.

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