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    Default Congradulations to CullenG on a nice harvest

    OKlahoma eight pointer with his bow.

    This is his dad holding the buck.

    Acorn shown is what the buck was eating. Anyone know what type of acorn this is?

    Way to go Cullen
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    Nice buck! I believe that is and overcup acorn.

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    nice buck......

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    yeah nice deer but what the heck is that in the last picture? I have never seen anything like that before?
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    I was pretty happy with him. He came in looking for a fight. There was a six point that had two does with him. This eight was wanting to take the six pointers girls from him. The only problem was he walked within 15 yards of me. The slick tricks and Bowtech General did the job. I wasn't sure what kind of acorns these are, but I have watched another eight point eat them twice this year. The six point and does were also eating these. The deer have a hard time getting them hulled but when they do they act like they are candy. These particular acorns sound like baseballs hitting the ground.

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    Nice buck !!!

    That is a Burr Oak or Overcup Oak acorn.
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    CullenG is a fine hunter. He does his homework and hunts the hard to get to places. He a good friend and pleasure to be part of my lease.
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    Congratulations on the nice buck...
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    Congrats on a fine buck!!!!
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    congrats good okie deer
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    Congrats on your buck Cullen

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    Congrats on the great deer. We've always called those burr oaks. Huge acorns and the deer love them. We've had more than one stand in a burr oak.

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    Great Job Cullen!!!
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