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Its peaked in Central !!!


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3 hours ago, bucky said:

In the past 2 days I have seen 5 different bucks that were 2 1/2 - 3 1/2 year old's and many  confused youngsters running around as well ...get out there and hunt:up: Can anybody guess what he's looking at?

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Well my 2 cents.Deer:Mama born me in a field a high grass.I was scent free then.Any intruders mama got up an ran diverting my location.She was a good mom.I miss her.Lesson I have learned that kept me alive late bow especially gun season.When the :fudd:roll in an hit the wood I hit the big field with the high grass, note:WMA excluded and hunker down.

“In a civilized and cultivated country, wild animals only continue to exist at all when preserved by sportsmen.” -Theodore Roosevelt

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3 more this afternoon on my way home, if I didn't  tagged out already I would of stalked a big six that was standing along the farm lane where I hunt, the wind was in my favor:doh2:

 

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9 hours ago, Tarhunt said:

I saw nothing here down in VA. 

I looked up the rut for VA and according to data the rut should be starting now and  peak around the 15th:up:

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In Virginia, the rut is fairly typical of much of the northern part of the whitetail’s range. Virginia deer project coordinator Matt Knox puts peak breeding just after mid-November through most of the state, possibly a little earlier moving east. Conception data collected by the state also indicates most adult does are bred during a six- to eight-day period.

In West Virginia, Chris Ryan, supervisor of game management services, said peak rutting activity in his state occurs roughly from Nov. 8 through Nov. 14, with some slight variation from north to south, and peak breeding occurring slightly later. As you move south, things begin to change.

 

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