Yeah, we hid out in a parking garage in town to avoid death. Chiggers are the worst! I stay away from sandy hilly areas in warm weather. Seems like chiggers love hills and sand. I spray the hell out of some bug spray. The weather has been all over the place here. Weather man said all sun for Friday and it was all cloud and sleet and rain? I skipped my evening chance simply because of a 1 hour drive back in black ice possibility. Today the weather looks ok. I've gone a thousand times a thousand when I shouldn't of. Too hot, wet, ect. Fairweather hunter fisher sounds better nowadays. Those drives back in the rain and getting home soaking wet and cold, wet gear, ect, rarely produced any good hunts anyways, though those big bastards to move in it! Low pressure weather is ok, but east texas deer move way better on a cold high pressure evening, and my vision is better in it too. They're bad about moving right before dark. I'd rather score a big one in workable weather to allow a chance for more enjoyment/management. Sounds picky I know, but I could tell a many stories of frozen deer or 90°opening rifle season kills that really sucked.