Acorns Rule, But Don’t Overlook Other Forest Deer Candy

Acorns Rule, But Don’t Overlook Other Forest Deer Candy

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Deer feed on native browse such as acorns and persimmons where they can find them, and often hit them hard once the high-carb mast begins falling in autumn.

Acorns, persimmons and other mast are the candy of the forest that deer deer hunters seek each autumn. Find these and you may have better success.

When deer season approaches, hunters often think of the splash of acorns on the leaf-covered forest floor — deer candy that can often determine hunting success. But there are many other mast-producing trees that can also be beneficial and attractive to deer and deer hunters.

Early on, soft mast trees can be extremely attractive to deer. From crabapples to…



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