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Will this E TX rain spoil the acorns? #7326182 10/25/18 01:04 AM
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I hope so.


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Re: Will this E TX rain spoil the acorns? [Re: LakeForkLodge] #7326190 10/25/18 01:11 AM
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All the rain I have had has many of the splitting open or sprouting now in Goliad County.



Re: Will this E TX rain spoil the acorns? [Re: LakeForkLodge] #7326790 10/25/18 03:23 PM
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I don’t think the deer care if they’re “spoiled”.
Just this guys opinion.

Re: Will this E TX rain spoil the acorns? [Re: LakeForkLodge] #7326860 10/25/18 04:14 PM
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Not yet. Still a lot on the trees.

Re: Will this E TX rain spoil the acorns? [Re: LakeForkLodge] #7326968 10/25/18 05:50 PM
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Here are some photos from this morning of what a lot of mine are starting to look like, but like posted above...there are still a lot in the Live Oak trees.





Re: Will this E TX rain spoil the acorns? [Re: LakeForkLodge] #7327262 10/25/18 10:58 PM
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90+% of what we saw on the ground on Monday in Fayette County looked like the last pic, with not much still in the trees. Only mentioning this here 'cause they've had more rain than we have over here east of the Trinity. IMO Doesn't take long for'em to rot once they hit the ground with rain on 'em.
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Re: Will this E TX rain spoil the acorns? [Re: LakeForkLodge] #7327276 10/25/18 11:20 PM
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