You guys crack me up. There are many guys on here that hunt critters. I'm just the most active on this board. :wink:
Windy does make it hard. It carries your scent farther out and you can expect them to circle farther downwind. Other than that, you will find most coyotes and deer, etc on the leeward side of hills and valley's staying out of the forbidding weather.
Calls and stands will need to be louder and longer. At least in my experiance.
Times like that is where a topo map really comes in handy. If you can find a good sized valley to slip into you will improve your odds a good bit.
Being that coyotes and other varmints look for movement when they hunt, if the wind is howling, that causes everything to move. It makes them more skittish and reluctant to come in. However, if you can get into a valley where there should be some coyotes, visible sign or something. You might be able to get them to come in to the call. Especially young ones.
The older coyotes may still try and circle, but that would put tham in a big disadvantage and cause them to get back into the weather.
In some cases, high winds can help you get a bobcat. Bobcat's come in very slow and steady. When they sit, you would think there is a rock where they are.
If you scan the treelines and know what is there and what has been moving, windy times can actually improve your bobcat chances.