I live in northwest Tennessee about 2 hours away from there. Generally, our rut starts during early-mid November and activity continues through Thanksgiving. The biggest thing that gets them moving I've found is a cold spell, which tends to be hard to predict well in advance. We seem to be getting some cooler weather earlier this fall than normal, a trend that I hope continues until season. As long as you come and hunt some time from the opening weekend of muzzleloader season (November 7th and 8th) through the opening weekend of gun season (November 21st and 22nd), you're very likely to see some action.
A very important thing to keep in mind: Somerville is in the CWD zone, so plan accordingly. You'll probably have to cape out a buck and cut/clean the skull plate before you can take it home. As a slight bonus, they've allowed standard firearms in the muzzleloader season, so you'll be able to hunt with regular handguns even from the 7th to the 20th.
Formerly TN Lone Wolf
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