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acorns #7564537 07/26/19 12:15 AM
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I was having a beer yesterday afternoon sitting on my steps. Happened to look at the oak by the door. Its loaded. Got on a 4 wheeler and went for a ride this morning. A lot of trees are loaded. I like that. It will make hunting over corn a little tougher but, the deer will be in a lot better shape if we have a bad Winter.


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Re: acorns [Re: Dave Davidson] #7564612 07/26/19 02:20 AM
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Yep I noticed all my trees at home were packed with those little nuggets. I'll have deer all in the yard in October. But all we have at my lease are Mesquites so corn it is!

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