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    Quote Originally Posted by Topgun 30-06 View Post
    Everything is different in CA, LOL!
    The blacktails where I am from are on a much different schedule then most other deer. Rifle season opens second saturday in august and it is rare to see a buck killed opening day with any velvet left at all. Rut is in September too. If you get a year where August starts on a sunday and the season runs late the last few days can be pretty interesting!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Musket Man View Post
    The blacktails where I am from are on a much different schedule then most other deer. Rifle season opens second saturday in august and it is rare to see a buck killed opening day with any velvet left at all. Rut is in September too. If you get a year where August starts on a sunday and the season runs late the last few days can be pretty interesting!
    I guess so! That's hard to believe that a buck would be hard and stripped that early anywhere.

 

 

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