When do Deer Rut in Wisconsin?

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In Wisconsin Deer Rut (breeding season) is from October 1 to January 8. The prime time of breeding season is November 3 - 8. Deer rut at different times depending on the part of the US you are in.
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The Average Breeding Date for Wisconsin is November 15th to the 17th. If does are not successfully bred in first cycle, they will generally come into heat again about 28 days later.
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Deer rut dates for Wisconsin are October 1, 2010 through November 10,
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Check with the State parks and Wildlife website for your state. They will have an estimated time line for when rut season starts and tips for hunting.
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1. Watch deer behavior to determine whether rutting is in progress. Fresh scrapes and rubs, bucks traveling rub lines and bucks chasing does are good indications. Scrapes are areas
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