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Question by Jerry072590. Uploaded on November 18, 2011
I feel during the post rut when bucks are looking for the does left in estrus.
If the females are in heat the bucks will move with them throughout the day. A tending buck will stay with his doe and a seeking buck will move until he finds a doe to tend. If the rut is on in your area pack a lunch and sit your stand you should see some deer movement at some point in the day. Mornings and evenings tend to have more movement but I know of some nice bucks killed during the rut in the middle of the day. Happy hunting!
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