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The theory is based on the fact that measurments taken of fetal fawns have consistently and accurately shown that breeding occured just around the middle of November.

So whether or not you believe that daytime activity, or observable rutting behavior is at it's peak in mid-November, there's a good deal of data to show that's the time when successful breeding occurs most often.

In this article we will get right to the point and provide the most important things you need be aware of during each phase of the rut, and some average dates when these rut phases typically occur in the Northern and Mid-Western states.

Please note that these dates will vary from year-to-year and region to region - so DO NOT use the dates provided this article as a replacement for scouting.

Find the does at this time and you're more likely to find the bucks.

Younger bucks will travel the more prominent deer trails from doe area to doe area.

They may, however start aggressively rubbing trees to vent their pent-up energy and show off their self-perceived dominance to other bucks.

If you find one of these rubs during the late pre-rut, hunt it as soon as possible.

If you find a hot one, hunt it as soon as possible.Best Communication Tactics: As testosterone levels in bucks are high at this time, they're more likely to pick a fight, or check out and challenge other sparing bucks to show their dominance.Rattling works best in areas with higher buck to doe ratios.If you're hunting an area that doesn't get a lot of pressure, you can feel free to grunt, snort-wheeze or doe bleat fairly aggressively. If you hunt a more pressured area, you'll want to use calling techniques more sparingly.

During this phase, bucks will start checking the does' scent and chase them aggressively.

As most hunters will agree, there is no better time to hunt deer than just before or during "the rut".