Wednesday, November 26, 2014
Tecomate Rut Report – TX Hill Country – November 26, 2014
The hues of autumn are finally descending upon the Texas Hill Country. Mornings are a bit cooler in the 40’s with highs in the mid 70’s during the day. This crisp, cold weather have the wildlife and myself excited. Bucks have broken away from their bachelor groups and the last two weeks have been showing signs of pre-rut activity. Last weekend, I saw a minority of bucks birddogging does, sparing just a bit and some making scrapes. The acorn crop this year is abundant, but the early freezes we’ve had will force deer to find other sources of nutrients. If you planted a Tecomate food plot this year, hunt that area. Food plots are a great place to catch a glimpse of a big, mature buck trying to find a girlfriend. If food plots are not an option, grab the rattling horns and tease those trophies out of the cedar shadows. This Thanksgiving weekend should be prime time hunting!!! If buck fever happens to infect you, just remember to breathe and squeeze that trigger. Happy Thanksgiving, God Bless and Good Luck!!!
David Segrest on 11/26 at 11:47 AM
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