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late season deer hunting
Grant Woods

Second Season


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During any given day a buck’s testosterone may increase or decrease due to the presence of a  receptive doe, being challenged by another buck, winning or losing a fight, etc. It’s not uncommon to find a shed earlier than normal – say during early December. Usually early shedding is due to a buck being injured […]

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coyote hunting
Live the Legend

Late Season Predators & Dressing Like An Onion


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  Be mobile: try to get permission to hunt different tracts of land. If there are no coyotes in the area, chances are slim that you will be able to call one in. If you do not see any dogs or hear any response after 30 minutes, pack up and head to the next spot. […]

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Late season hunting
Grant Woods

Late Season Rut Hunting


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The gestation period for white-tailed deer is 200 days. November 30th is the 334th day of the year. 200 days from November 30 is June 18th. Nearly all fawns will have been born by June 18th throughout most of the whitetail’s range. Which means that most does have been bred by November 30th each year. […]

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