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Hill Country acorn crop #8062746 11/24/20 04:47 PM
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How's the acorn crop in the hill country this year? I've heard not as good as past few years, which helps the hunting I think.
Heading to Llano in 2 weeks, also very dry I've heard.

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Not exactly the Hill country but in Coryell Co we very few acorns. May help the hunting but sure does fatten up the deer when we have a good crop. Although they seem fat as can be this year from what I have seen.

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My Cuzs place near Cherry Springs in Llano co is super dry with very few acorns. Deer are in fairly good shape considering.....and hitting feeders very hard.
Good luck

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Less than last year

Re: Hill Country acorn crop [Re: Mr T] #8069704 11/30/20 01:54 PM
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There's a few acorns, very spotty. It has been dry but we got a decent rain on Friday and Saturday.

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