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Acorns? #5931134 09/16/15 01:45 PM
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Hows the acorn crop looking so far?

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Where I am around Burleson county there are lots of small ones on the trees.

Not sure how big of an impact it will be.

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Our place in Brown County is covered thick. The ground is covered as well as the trees.

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Quite a few liveoaks dropping now. Spanish oak are loaded. They usually drop the week before gun opener bang


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hope they get flooded out, or early frosts

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Originally Posted By: Erathkid
Quite a few liveoaks dropping now. Spanish oak are loaded. They usually drop the week before gun opener bang


Found this yesterday, my live oaks have nice big acorns, bigger than several years past. Not so much on my other oaks, but as I said on the other acorn thread, I had a massive fall last year for a 4 year drought, albeit they where small.


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Every pin oak here is loaded

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Ahh, some may have to get out of the blind and feeder and actually have to hunt.

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Originally Posted By: don k
Ahh, some may have to get out of the blind and feeder and actually have to hunt.


na... protein taste better

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Originally Posted By: don k
Ahh, some may have to get out of the blind and feeder and actually have to hunt.


Not if your stand is in a good oak tree ....


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Ahh, some may have to get out of the blind and feeder and actually have to hunt.


Not if your stand is in a good oak tree ....
Mine is the Kubota so it is portable.

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Ahh, some may have to get out of the blind and feeder and actually have to hunt.


Not if your stand is in a good oak tree ....
Mine is the Kubota so it is portable.


I hear that! one of the best stands I had when we had land was my Case 2290! roflmao


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Went to put on my new timer and found these all over the ground under the live oaks, looked in the trees and they are loaded. Didnt see one acorn in the White or post oaks, could be small and higher up though. Yes, those are my painting shoes, just for size reference.



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Those look like 'candy corn'. In a sense, they are, at least to the deer...Corn,A-corn, hmm. Coinkydink? I think not.


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Seeing a few but not many.


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My lease in western Hamilton Co has a lot of red oak acorns but fewer on the live oaks this year.

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We have a lot in Red River County where I hunt

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I sat in a huge live oak tree Saturday and saw very few acorns to my surprise in Bosque county.

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