Now I know it is still a few days off, and the weather here is prone to change anytime. But, when I heard the forcast for next week I can not help but think it gonna be a good one for deer hunting. Its gonna be the last week of October, and Wednesday-ish we are supposed to have a front come through that take the high temps from upper 60's/low 70's down to the low 50's for a few days. I know that the topic of which weeks are best has been debated in other threads, and I personally think that the last week in Oct is probably the second best week to be out. I have always seen a high number of Large bucks out that week. If you want to base it off what you have seen in the past, or tie it in with Charlie's forcast for there being a short lived spike in rutting activity around then, the second half of the week sure could be fun!
What do you think?