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Lamar County Rut? #6041279 11/21/15 01:16 AM
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Seems later this year with the warm weather, thoughts?

Re: Lamar County Rut? [Re: MrSand] #6041489 11/21/15 04:36 AM
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Been pretty slow over most of the county from what I've heard, especially since acorns started dropping. I have seen a couple young bucks pushing doe as well as a couple cruising, so it's getting close. Hopefully this front will get'em moving more in the daylight.

Re: Lamar County Rut? [Re: MrSand] #6047027 11/24/15 02:37 PM
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My neighbor east of Paris got a nice 8pt the other night just around sundown in open pasture. They are starting to move but not full rut yet.


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