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Well……still quiet. #8756286 12/12/22 08:38 PM
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The huge acorn crop here in east Texas told me the deer would likely not show till later in the season. Well it’s still not looking good. Acorns are still falling at my place and there’s still some fresh acorns on the ground. Plus they don’t tast bitter. I haven’t even seen any hogs.

One good sign is that I found some deer tracks near the front of the property, so they do exist. Another is that it’s raining and overcast and cooler, which will hopefully get them moving. But I’ve never seen so many acorns in the 33 years I’ve been here.

But a day in the woods is still a good day.


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Re: Well……still quiet. [Re: HS2] #8756302 12/12/22 08:57 PM
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I've got 1,000,000s of acorns--------they are EVERYWHERE and yes they are still dropping

I had to look at 2021 game camera cards as a reminder, there are some good bucks in the area (because I have not seen a single mature buck on camera or while hunting this year) and I have very good deer habitat.

Last weekend when it was 80 degrees, I took a garden rake w/ large shovel and scooped up the old/moldy corn that was under my feeders, put in contractor garbage bag and took to the dump
**all my feeders are hog paneled


My food plots are so high, I was even considering to get on my riding lawnmower ---HA!!

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