If you spend any amount of time outdoors, you have probably noticed periods of increased wildlife activity throughout the day. The scurrying-about of squirrels. The flight of birds. The movement of deer, turkey and other large game. Whether morning, noon or night, this increase in activity runs in cycles. HuntTimes is a text representation of the well known Moon Times and Moon Clock designed by legendary wildlife expert, inventor, underwater photographer and designer, Doug Hannon. "Most successful outdoor experiences have been proven to occur during periods of peak activity that can be predicted in advance," said Hannon. The moon clock theory states that animals and fish are active because they move to feed during certain times of the day. There are two major and two minor periods each day. The amount of movement forecasted for each phase is based on its proximity to the new moon and the full moon. The closer the period is to the new/full moon, the stronger the activity. Conversely, the farther away from those times, the weaker the activity. Because of the phase-based calculations, the forecasts are accurate anywhere in the Northern Hemisphere, and there is no need to enter a specific city, state or even country. It is important to note that our forecasts take into account the normal long-range variables. However, they cannot account for such important short-range factors as barometric pressure due to frontal movement, precipitation or temperature. While HuntTimes does not guarantee a huge buck or full game bag, it enables you to make those hours spent in the field more productive. HuntTimes is a companion to FishTimes and contains the same information.
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