Are deer tougher to hunt during Mid January through early February?

By Grant Woods,

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Are deer just harder to hunt in late January – from mid Jan., through early February because they go back to their regular nocturnal mode?


Deer season is open during late January and early February in only a couple of states. The timing of deer activity during this period is often determined the quality and quantity of food and the weather.  If the weather is very cold then deer tend to be very active during daylight hours – especially during the late winter.

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March 2, 2016