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  1. Dec 20, 2018 · Another frequently expressed concern is that by killing a doe after the rut, you might remove the genetics of a buck who bred that deer, which you might otherwise have liked to see propagated. This is a situation I’ve considered myself this year, as a uniquely impressive buck called one of my main hunting properties home and definitely bred ...

  2. Feb 27, 2011 · The rut does not start at the same time, or date, across North America. Saying that the rut starts sometime in the first week of November no matter where you are is simply wrong. The next irrefutable fact. Deer have a gestation period of 198 to 200 days. It is the second fact that will help you to time the start of the rut in your area.

  3. May 03, 2012 · The management formula to produce rut success isn’t really all that different from the formula that will produce success at other times. You need lots of mature bucks and a reason for them to move during the day. Food, thick cover and buck-to-doe ratios all come into play to make this happen during the rut. OK, here we go.

  4. Mar 19, 2020 · An aggressive buck might indicate the rut is either in, or about to come into full swing. There may be receptive does in the area or territory in dispute. An antagonistic posture is also often taken by deer of all ages and both sexes when around a food source they are protective of, especially when food is scarce.

  5. Throwing in a few buck grunts is OK as well. If you’re calling to a buck you can see and want to draw it closer for a shot, begin timidly and start with a buck grunt. If a grunt gets no response, try the bleat, but don’t overcall. Each time you make a noise the buck is closer to pinpointing where the sound is coming from.

  6. Jun 23, 2014 · A mature buck with a 6-point rack in full rut strikes reverence in the heart of any man. There is a confidence and valor in a buck that rivals even the most fierce of predators. The biggest and strongest bucks in the forest mate with the most does and produce the most off-spring. They do so by fending off other suitors in battle.

  7. Nov 09, 2018 · SHAWNEE, Oklahoma – An Oklahoma man is recovering from wounds suffered during a bizarre encounter with a deer. In a video on Facebook, the deer can be see charging, forcing Travis Hurst to try ...

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