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Anyone know when the rut typically occurs in Kansas?

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  • Anyone know when the rut typically occurs in Kansas?

    Anyone know when the rut typically occurs in Kansas?

  • #2
    I am not from Kansas but I have read that it starts around mid November. I could be wrong so take it with a grain of salt.

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    • #3
      Early to mid November was a bit off this season because we had an unusually warm fall.

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      • #4
        About the same time as Arkansas early October depending how cool it gets. Last season it started about the second week of October and first of November they were hotter than a ….you get my drift!

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        • #5
          I hunt here in Eastern Kansas every year. The week of Halloween is the time to start hunting hard. Last year we had a cold front come thru the 3rd week of Oct and overnight rubs and scrapes appeared everywhere. My trailcam was set near a large rub got pics of 3 ten points and 2 eight pointers that night. a few days later my arrow found its way thru the chest of one of the 10 pointers when he came in to a grunt call. The peak is probably 2 week of Nov but I prefer to hunt during the chase phase. Late Oct and early Nov is the time for hunting. I will post a couple of those pics in my profile. One buck has a small bush caught in his antlers.

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          • #6
            I posted pics on my profile. One is the buck I shot and the other is bigger but never got a shot at him. I checked and that front came thru Oct 27 and bagged the buck the 29th.

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            • #7
              Early November all through the rest of november is the time to be hunting

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              • #8
                It can vary, it is usually in the month of November, but changes from year to year. The rut begins due a change in the light index and the weather. Population numbers also effects hormone levels. With these three variables you will see different starting dates each year.

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                • #9
                  The peak is probably the 2nd week of November!

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                  • #10
                    The peak is probably the 2nd week of November!

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