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Old 02-12-2015, 06:15 PM   #1
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Old 02-12-2015, 06:22 PM   #2
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No. There will be another peak around the 20th.
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I seem to have missed it the last few years. I have seen a ton of does in the last two weeks and nothing following.

When was the first part of rut?
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I normally don't shoot does but I may go on a killing spree. I still have friends and family that want meat.
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Had a buck run a doe by me twice yesterday afternoon. One of those - is he legal or not!Bull shit pt. regs!!


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They will rut till about the end of season sometimes even a little longer into March.
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They will rut till about the end of season sometimes even a little longer into March.
Good, thought maybe I slept through it. Seeing a lot of wondering deer but no chasing.
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Good, thought maybe I slept through it. Seeing a lot of wondering deer but no chasing.
Just need another cold front.

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I normally don't shoot does but I may go on a killing spree. I still have friends and family that want meat.

Now is not the time to shoot doe,many have already been bread already, u will be killing next years deer also.


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Now is not the time to shoot doe,many have already been bread already, u will be killing next years deer also.


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So what is wrong with killing a doe that has been bred? I see no difference than killing a buck that breeds the does. There are plenty of does out there.... Sir if you have does tags shoot away. Fill that freezer!
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