Now that your gear and clothes are ready it's time to go for the game and there's a couple of thing you need to know to improve your odds:
1. Watch the high country. If there's snow up there, animals will move to lower elevations, specially big games, thus look for those areas with easier access to food and water (if you have previously scouted the area it will be easier to locate such places) and move toward them, your chances to catch something big will be good.
2. Follow the tracks. Every hunter is a tracker, in fact, tracking is an essential skill for success when hunting but when you are out on the snow the job could be easier. Tracks last longer on snow and rarely are deleted, thus you may follow an animal's track for longer distances, more than on any other condition; however there's a couple of things to keep in mind: On deep snow it's hard to determine the movement direction, thus it's easier to follow the tracks on the wrong way! Hence try to correlate the tracks with near food sources as well terrain characteristics in order to determine the proper direction to follow the tracks.