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Relief from the Heat in the Southern Deer Woods

Photo by Will Brantley Brantley captured this image of two bucks locked up in a food plot in Mid-September. While Bestul is reporting a near mast-crop failure in the Midwest, we have a much different story in the southern deer woods. Both white and red oak acorns have been falling in abundance around here since the end of August, and they’re playing a huge role in the deer hunting right now.
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