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When you prefer to hunt whitetales?


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When do you prefer hunting whitetail deer?  

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  1. 1. When do you prefer hunting whitetail deer?

    • Early Morning/Sunrise
      11
    • Mid-morning
      1
    • Noon
      0
    • Evening
      2
    • Last Light
      1
    • Don't Hunt Whitetail
      1


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Not that simple or cut and dried.

 

If the rut is in, then mid-morning can be very productive, if not the most productive.

 

If the rut isn't in, then sunrise and sunset are when most movement occurs.

 

Weather conditions, moon phases, hunting pressure, food availability and quality, and much more can contribute to how much time the deer spend on the move during the day.

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Not that simple or cut and dried.

 

If the rut is in, then mid-morning can be very productive, if not the most productive.

 

If the rut isn't in, then sunrise and sunset are when most movement occurs.

 

Weather conditions, moon phases, hunting pressure, food availability and quality, and much more can contribute to how much time the deer spend on the move during the day.

agreed, personally i have had the most sucess mid day here, 5pt during archery taken around 10am and doe on opening day or gun taken between 10 and 11am. I like to get in early and get set up for those mid day opportunities

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