RE: How does cold weather affect turkeys?
In general, I hear far less gobbling in snow, rain, windy and cold weather. However, I have had success in the past on a morning where it was snowing (with 3" already on the ground), VERY windy and temps were in the 20's. I actually called a gobbler downhill a killed him on such a morning -- so it can be done, but the odds aren't as good.
Today' s small bucks are tomorrow' s trophies.