Dean, or any other great pervayor of whitetail knowledge... It is my understanding that doe fawns reach sexual maturity at around 70 pounds. At that time they are able to breed. Virtually everyone has expressed that the 2006 secondary rut was insane by typical standards. Is it possible, that the ultra mild fall and winter, led to enough browse and forage growth late, and the lack of nasty winter storms made it available enough, that it is as simple as more doe fawns reaching the 70 lb mark in late november and december? Does that sounds reasonable, am I off my rocker, or did someone else already say it and I missed it?