Yep..that's why im back in tree instead of on beach even tho all i been seeing is flat even dinks not showing up latelySaw two spikes going at it a little yesterday morning. A lot of rubs in one spot and some big ones. You never know when you might catch one cruising. Had a nice 3 year old that I haven't seen before in the back yard yesterday at 616pm.
Believe I've read up to 5% of does do come in during October.I know it sounds ridiculous, as its simply way to early, but on Saturday night coming home around 8:30 pm, I had to come to a stop on an unnamed road in Sussex County because a beast of a 10 point was crossing the road nose to the ground completely oblivious to everything else....If it wasn't so early I'd say without a doubt he was trailing a hot doe.....So my guess is, that a doe came into season a month early Placing prime breading a month from Saturday or around November 16...So seeking chasing should kick in for the prime rut right around Halloween.