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Herd Status Reveals Best Late Season Hunting Tactics

To know which tactics will serve you best during late season, you need to know the “status” of the herd. Everything will hinge upon temperatures, if you have snow, and whether or not there are does left that have yet to be successfully bred. Frequently there are does that aren’t bred or didn’t effectively conceive during the main rut. If they haven’t been bred successfully, they will come into heat 28 days later. And if it doesn’t happen that time they’ll come into estrus again 28 days after that. And under thriving conditions, it is also possible for first-year doe fawns to come into heat their first time. This may happen anytime from December through February and occurs most often in areas where conditions are good and they have ample nutrition. [Read more…]