Fishing And Late Season Deer Hunting
David Hanson joins Luke this week and talks, of course, about the awesome fishing for trophy blue catfish now underway at Lake Tawakoni but David shares a bit more good news! His son in law, Kaylab Glasco took his first ever whitetail deer a few days ago. The buck sported a rack just over 20 inches inside spread. Not bad for a "first" deer. Late season buck hunting can be very good because many of the doe fawn born back in late May and early June are coming in estrus the first time which is the reason for what many call the "second rut". This gets the mature buck out of cover and gives late season hunters another chance to put more venison in the freezer or antlers on the wall!