Earliest I ever saw a fawn in northern Kendall County was April 5th. I would also see fawns on that same ranch every year the last week of April every year though. Rut was always in full tilt in mid October in that area. There was an area of 3 counties were they met that had the same early rut times. I was early by about a month compared to the rest of those counties.
Sept is common in that area of the OP. You can get into August in some instances for rut with the Avery Island whitetails along the coast.
TPWD did a fetus study back in the '90s and mapped out rut data all over the state from the results. I still have that map and it is probably the most accurate data source available on the subject. I'm sure you are familiar with it.
Originally Posted By: Russ79
I learned long ago you can't reason someone out of something they don't reason themselves into.