After reading Kevins article on judging pronghorns, it got me thinking about experiences i have had with clients and myself being fooled by the size of a buck because of atmospheric magnification. So I was curious if anyone could take a stab at what that number may be. I will take first crack at it.
At first light is seems to be less of an effect so i would guess 1% for every 100 yards. So thats 10% at 1000 yards.
At mid day, its much worse (heat waves?), I would guess 2% for every 100 yards. So thats 20% at 1000 yards. I think thats pretty close but not sure.
Can anyone add some intellegence to this??