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  • twodux
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    When I lived on Kodiak, it seemed most bucks lost their velvet from mid Aug until the first week of Sept. Occasionally you'd see a hard horned buck a little earlier or a velvet buck a little later. Then there were the sterile bucks from the south end and some of them would have velvet very late into the year.

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  • rain4est
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    Northern Southeast is usually the end of August to 1st week of Sept. I have hunted Sept 1-5 and we got one of each: 1 newly-peeled (bright red), 1 half-peeled, & 1 full velvet. I would guess Kodiak is 1-2 weeks earlier?

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  • akgun&ammo
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    anywhere from the second week of August to the first week or so of November...

    seen a buck in 2006 with velvet remains in the second week of November- but he wasn't very large (dominate) in horn mass

    and my smallest buck that year was still in velvet (first week of november)

    Chris

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  • dieNqvrs
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    In my experience Mid to late August.

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  • PacWestFishTaxidermy
    started a topic Kodiak Deer Question

    Kodiak Deer Question

    Can anyone pinpoint when the deer lose their velvet on Kodiak? Early, mid, or late Sept?

    Thanks

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