Using the weather to aquire game.
when I was a kid we lived in a village in the shadow of the downs in Wiltshire.
An old codger call Pop Jardine taught me to forage for game when there was either an early morning heavy mist or fog.
We'd go out on bikes to cycle up onto the downs,the road we took was sunken between banks that were about 12 foot high and eah side had a stock fence along the top.
What used to happen is that pheasants would fly low when it was foggy and hit the fences.
So we would look out for feathers on the fences or banks and search the area around to get the birds,if we were lucky we got them before the foxes,but not always.
The best we did was 5 in one day,over about 1.5 miles on two different roads.
But it only worked on a thick misty or foggy morning just after dawn.