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#6846864 - 08/05/17 09:07 PM How do your acorns look this year?
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Just wondering how the acorn crop is looking in NE Texas. Been laid up with a broken leg and have not had the chance to run out to the lease.


Edited by Greg Z (08/06/17 02:44 AM)
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#6847026 - 08/06/17 05:35 AM Re: How do your acorns look this year? [Re: Greg Z]
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Not in NE Texas but Bowie. Looked at the oaks around the house and saw very few. The hunting night be a little better but if we have a bad Winter, the deer night suffer.
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#6847194 - 08/06/17 10:16 AM Re: How do your acorns look this year? [Re: Greg Z]
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Spanish oaks are puny. That's a good thing. Liveoaks look pretty full.


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#6847212 - 08/06/17 10:41 AM Re: How do your acorns look this year? [Re: Greg Z]
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Have a few from a Red Oak here at the house...Have not seen any at the lease yet but am sure they are on the way.

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#6847640 - 08/06/17 07:18 PM Re: How do your acorns look this year? [Re: Greg Z]
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Bumper crop here.....at least I'll save money on corn..... bang
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#6848106 - 08/07/17 08:53 AM Re: How do your acorns look this year? [Re: Greg Z]
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Western Wilson/Atascosa county the oaks are loaded but they are about pea size right now, so looks like the deer may be avoiding the corn feeders around the opening of archery season.

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#6848111 - 08/07/17 08:55 AM Re: How do your acorns look this year? [Re: Greg Z]
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Going to find out this evening up
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#6848419 - 08/07/17 12:38 PM Re: How do your acorns look this year? [Re: Stub]
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Got them in Hamilton Co.

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#6850064 - 08/08/17 08:38 PM Re: How do your acorns look this year? [Re: Greg Z]
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Llano county looks to have a good crop. Persimmons are going to be ripe very soon, lots of those.

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#6850107 - 08/08/17 09:08 PM Re: How do your acorns look this year? [Re: Greg Z]
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SW Redriver County. Pea size or smaller, not to loaded as of this past weekend.

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#6850274 - 08/09/17 05:59 AM Re: How do your acorns look this year? [Re: Greg Z]
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Lots of little ones, problem with that is little ones become big ones nuts
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#6854203 - 08/12/17 06:50 PM Re: How do your acorns look this year? [Re: Greg Z]
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Shinnery oaks are loaded in Collingsworth county in the Panhandle.

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#6854379 - 08/12/17 10:04 PM Re: How do your acorns look this year? [Re: Phlash]
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I hope they all rot on the tree.
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#6856816 - 08/15/17 03:56 AM Re: How do your acorns look this year? [Re: Greg Z]
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We saw only a couple on the ground. I know its early but they look a little thinner than this same time last year.
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#6857071 - 08/15/17 09:19 AM Re: How do your acorns look this year? [Re: Greg Z]
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Took another look yesterday at my place South of Bowie. Saw some but not a whole lot. Being a pessimist, should see lots of hogs at the feeders. Pessimist? The hogs always get the feeders quicker than the deer.
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