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Early Snow Puts Montana Bucks on the Move

West Rut Report A good cold snap will get mid-October bucks up and moving Weather has a huge impact on deer movement, especially in October. Significant warms fronts keep bucks bedded down, but a cold front can get them up and moving. Here are…
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