I recall hunting in 103* temperature in Warren County and shooting a doe but that was many years ago and I wasn't retired. I can't take the heat like I used to and the good thing is I don't have to, I am blessed to be able to pick and choose the days I want to hunt, for the most part anyway. I hope all of you are able to do the same one day.
I was going to try it for the first time this season yesterday. It was a slightly cooler morning but a puddle of anti freeze under my truck took care of that. I am going to have to get outside early to tackle the leak too!
My friend and his son went yesterday and hunted till 10:30 and did not see anything.
I really wish it would cool off and rain.
Broke a record (for 25 Sept) here in Augusta with 98 yesterday. Adding to the heat making scent control a problem is the total lack of wind to hide your movements.
I've been shooting my bow in my backyard and scouting until the weather breaks a bit. Using my binoculars I've seen zero white oak acorns for what it's worth.