Little long but here we go...
I am hunting in a blind. My back is north and against very very thick bushes and thickets that I dont think rabbits can get through. There is a field to my right and the deer are jumping a fence there (West) I look straight awead into the woods scattered with mostly white oaks and pines (south) my view to the left (East ) is limited but I can see for a good distance non the less.
If the wind is blowing in from the west then I want to say the deer will be traveling from the East so the wind is in their face. Is the a correct assumption for a "rule of thumb" that the deer travel into the wind?
I think these deer are bedding in an area to the west so the morning hunt and afternoon hunt can be different, I am I all wrong??