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Coryell rut #5402844 11/06/14 04:52 PM
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Has anyone noticed much early chasing going on in Coryell county (Gatesville) yet? Will either be down next weekend or the weekend of the 20th. Trying to time the rut the best I can.


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Re: Coryell rut [Re: pittdog33] #5402919 11/06/14 05:19 PM
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20 miles west of you. Young bucks have been chasing for the last two weeks. I'm predicting the week before Thanksgiving will be the best especially with a big front pushing through next weekend.

Re: Coryell rut [Re: Stevarino] #5403172 11/06/14 06:58 PM
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That's what I was thinking, seems like the peak of the rut is the week before to just after Thanksgiving.


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Re: Coryell rut [Re: pittdog33] #5404355 11/07/14 05:16 AM
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I hunt around pidcoke and nothing was chasing this past weekend.

Re: Coryell rut [Re: pittdog33] #5404440 11/07/14 09:16 AM
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This year has been slower than years past. This cooler weather will get them moving. The Spanish oaks are usually in full fall color by now. It's been abnormally warm this year. When the leaves turn red the deer should be in full rut.


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Re: Coryell rut [Re: pittdog33] #5404452 11/07/14 10:10 AM
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Have been out quite a bit (500 acres 15 miles east of gatesville) and the Bucks weren't really chasing. They were interested for sure but mostly moved along on their way or stopped and just ate. They have broken away though and are not in the bachelor groups for sure. Typically rut has been week before or of thanksgiving as previously mentioned. Cooler weather and rain had them moving about though.

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Now if the creek will settle, we can get across to top off feeders.


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Re: Coryell rut [Re: pittdog33] #5410186 11/10/14 03:02 PM
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The bucks were running pretty hard this weekend.. nothign stopping to feed, just moving through.. We had one mature buck taken and saw several other middle aged.

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