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Discussion in 'Oklahoma' started by iwonagain, Jan 29, 2018.
You found a five dollar bill ?! Cool!
Deer Man, according to an old tree book i have hack berry and elm are closely related trees. I never really check them so who knows, maybe you got a new tree to check. Was it dead?
Found about 50 today, some were completely frozen so I had no choice but to put them in the freezer.
Are you still hunting in the same area more, or less? Seem to be finding a lot of grays still, that would be a positive sign for things to come for us in northern Arkansas I would think?!
Larger fresh ones: Cleveland County / Babies: under cedars in Payne County. If we get >=0.5 in the cedars will still be able to produce but I don't see any major rain event for our neck of the woods any time soon.
What part of the state, buddy? Thanks
I found eight today, that’s the most so far this year. It’s painful, one here, two or three there, no patches anywhere!
No it wasn't dead.
32 pounds between 2 of us.
How many hours did that take?
Nice very nice
Tommyjosh it took us about 12 hours. 7 to 7.
Good haul there. Are you already on the back end of your season??
Sounds like a bunch of fun
You think the season is over? Or just gotta get through the cold
Not near what Nate foundbut found 61 today and half was under the tree in pic which I’m pretty sure was a dead elm
90% was really fresh which was a little surprising with the cold weather.