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    Default Every deer hunter should be able to spot this tree

    http://oplin.lib.oh.us/tree/fact%20p...oak_white.html

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    Default Know your leaves.

    On Oaks.


    http://www.oak-tree.com/types-of-oak-trees.html

    Red Oak and White oak
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    not many this year in my part of the world but tons of apples.

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    Default I feel you Steve

    Quote Originally Posted by steve bear View Post
    not many this year in my part of the world but tons of apples.
    Some palces here they made good and others like my lease there few and small. Deer are on what is dropping right now.
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    In the part of Pa I live in oak trees make up most of the trees in the woods. If you live were i do and can't point out an oak tree you have a problem.

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    I have 3 stands in white oaks right now. The acorns or small this year in my area but the numbers are there.
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    Default Deer dont mind the size

    Quote Originally Posted by RxBowhunterKS View Post
    I have 3 stands in white oaks right now. The acorns or small this year in my area but the numbers are there.
    Especially those large kansas deer.
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    No acorns of any sort in my neck of the woods, this year. White Oaks are some of my prefered hunting stands. In years they produce, I cover some with a tarp and pull it back when the snow is deep enough to make it hard for deer to dig for them. The smell is hard for some deer to resist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Boone View Post

    Thanks DB, but all I need to see is the bark.

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    Got deer in my yard every night about 1:30 or 2:00am. Have a apple tree in the back yard. Whitetails and muley's. Mainly whitetails most of the time. I live in town. Its a wyoming thing. Not to much on acorns up here.

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    Them look like cedar leaves to me.........


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