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Whitetail Deer Almanac

Top 5-Record Season Harvests
The top five record season harvests by state. Is your state in the top 5? Become a HuntStats.com Member(it's Free) and we will tell you where your state stands!
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Top 10-Average Season Harvests By State
The top ten average season harvests by state. Is your state in the top 10? Become a HuntStats.com Member(it's Free) and we will tell you where your state stands!
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State Record Seasons
See the record Season for your state. All Reporting States are listed.
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Depts of WildLife and Fisheries by State
A interactive listing of all Wildlife and Fisheries Departments by State. Click on the state and you will be directed to that states Wildlife and Fisheries Website.
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Hunting Requirements by State
A listing of all Whitetail Deer Hunting Regulations by State. Always be sure to hunt ethically and legally.
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Rutting Moons
The Rutting moons for the next 3 years. This is the full moon when the bucks get amourous and the hunting get great.
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Full Moons
This years full moons. Solar and lunar activitity play a great role in influencing hunting productivity.
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Whitetails in the Spring time
Spring is the season of new beginnings. The big event is the birth of fawns in late May or June. Triggered by increasing amounts of daylight, bucks begin to grow new antlers. Spring is a tranquil time when deer relax and replenish their bodies from the long, harsh winter.
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Whitetails in the Summer
Summer is the lazy season for deer. Life continues as it was in the spring. Fawns grow and learn about the world from their mothers, which they now recognize by scent.
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Boone & Crockett Whitetail Records
Link to Boone and Crockett's Record Whitetails.
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Whitetail Fun Facts
Well-nourished bucks begin sprouting new racks each April. Antlers can grow more than 1/2" per day.
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How to Score your Whitetail
Measure the inside spread of the main antler beamsat the widest place. This measurement should be at a right angle to the longitudinal axis of the skull, and parallel to its horizontal axis.
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How to Tell your Whitetail's Age
The science of aging deer is based on tooth development and wear. Like humans, deer replace their "baby teeth" with permanent teeth at a relatively set rate. As surely as a 6-year-old child will soon lose her two front teeth, an 18-month-old buck will be in the process of losing its third premolar.
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