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Late whitetail buck season opens Saturday

The whitetail deer mating season -- better known as the rut -- is prime time for hunters to tag a big buck.
The whitetail deer mating season -- better known as the rut -- is prime time for hunters to tag a big buck.

HUNTING — The whitetail deer mating season — better known as “the rut” — is the best few weeks of the year to tag a big buck. 

The rut in Eastern Washington will be reaching it's peak just about the time the late buck season closes on Nov. 19.




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