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Old 08-10-2017, 02:55 PM   #201
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Well checked back up on one of my spots to see if the white oaks were producing acorns. Sadly, saw next to none. Anyone else have this issue? Also, in their place I found a handful of cherry trees and some hickory that were producing like mad. Thoughts?
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Old 08-10-2017, 04:39 PM   #202
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Awesome i haven't seen a cherry tree I did see a few chewed up acorns in creek beds about 1 week ago.
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Old 08-10-2017, 10:32 PM   #203
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In my experience hickory are worthless as a food source for deer. The darn shells are way too hard to crack.
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I have been busy this year with the new job and working on that darn race car.
Bryant you and Brad can come and go as you please because one thing is for sure: if there's a big buck to be killed in the Sam y'all are gonna find it.
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In my experience hickory are worthless as a food source for deer. The darn shells are way too hard to crack.
Yeah I figured they'd go for acorns and the cherrys first, I have seen the deer eat some of the hickory nuts when the shells start getting mushy though, so I figured it'd be worth asking around. Have you seen many acorns this year? In my experience from looking over my spots and new areas it seems like it's gonna be pretty pathetic this year. That or I'm gonna need to search way more

Forest Hunter : yeah acorns have seemed a tough find for me, but I seem to find tons of cherry trees, black cherry if my hunch is correct.
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The red oak trees I've seen are loaded.
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Old 08-11-2017, 10:09 AM   #207
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The red oak trees I've seen are loaded.
In that case I need to do some bushwhacking this next week or two XD
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Old 08-11-2017, 08:07 PM   #208
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Bryant you and Brad can come and go as you please because one thing is for sure: if there's a big buck to be killed in the Sam y'all are gonna find it.
Thanks John, I'm looking forward to hunting season this year. Should be a good one. I've been out a couple of times and it was hot! Got a few good spots picked out.
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Well checked back up on one of my spots to see if the white oaks were producing acorns. Sadly, saw next to none. Anyone else have this issue? Also, in their place I found a handful of cherry trees and some hickory that were producing like mad. Thoughts?
Never seen wild cherry trees in the forest can you post some pics to know what they look like.
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Old 08-12-2017, 01:26 PM   #210
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Anyone know someone in Huntsville/New Waverly area that does affordable land clearing?
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Old 08-12-2017, 01:32 PM   #211
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Never seen wild cherry trees in the forest can you post some pics to know what they look like.
I think they are called choke cherries. Pigs love them. I have seen them but they fall early. You can usually catch a sweet smell when they are ripe. They will ferment quickly and pigs will find them quick.
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Old 08-12-2017, 06:45 PM   #212
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Put in a few miles today and found two very promising funnel areas. Like mentioned above though I had no luck finding a producing oak tree.
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Old 08-12-2017, 06:54 PM   #213
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Most likely black cherries
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Old 08-15-2017, 02:02 PM   #214
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Is any one here member of the new Facebook group Sam Houston National forest Hunters? If you are who's going to the meet and greet this Saturday at the campsite on on 1375?
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Yes! Hunting fool made one.
This one is a different one and it has over 350 members lots of new hunters lol. And many seasoned hunters along with lots of local hunters.
Well, it can't have too many seasoned hunters in group. Brad and I and a couple of other guys we know aren't on it.

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It's a closed group so you have to request permission to join. When you're on FB just type in "sam houston national forest hunters" in the search box then click on the link.
does any body know anything about this page? I do not have face book.
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Old 08-15-2017, 07:35 PM   #215
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Next time yall are in the woods, somebody snap a pic of these "Cherry" trees. I would like to see what tree we are talking about here.
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Old 08-15-2017, 07:41 PM   #216
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My guess would be wild persimmon when they're small no.
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Old 08-15-2017, 10:16 PM   #217
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Not me. I don't have FB either, Bryant.

And me too about the cherry tree. That would be a first for me.
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Old 08-15-2017, 10:22 PM   #218
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What is this Facebook thing y'all are talking about?
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Old 08-16-2017, 06:10 AM   #219
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Next time yall are in the woods, somebody snap a pic of these "Cherry" trees. I would like to see what tree we are talking about here.
Next time I go in I'll snap a pic of them, but I don't have enough posts to post a picture yet as far as I know.. Took a couple to the wildlife biologist at the ranger station out of curiosity and he confirmed them to be cherries.

Also, went scouting yesterday and gave Mrs Piiggy a dirt nap.
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I got a feeling what you're referring to as cherries are muscadine grapes. I noticed quite a few of them were already ripe and hitting the ground when I was at my lease this past weekend. It's about 6 weeks early for this but mother natures gonna do what mother natures gonna do.
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Old 08-16-2017, 11:21 AM   #221
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They're not cherry trees they are wild grapes growing on vines up in the trees, it's hard to tell its a vine and they seem to be the primary food source right now all the scat I saw was digested grapes, they're in the hills and the bottoms the ones that get ripe are tasty my youngest son really liked the juice.
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Old 08-16-2017, 02:58 PM   #222
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there just like grapes, sweet.
also found persimmons
ground had lots of deer activity
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Old 08-16-2017, 07:13 PM   #223
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That's cool Orlando but what I saw were purple grapes and they were growing on vines wrapped up in the trees pretty high up so it was tricky to tell it wasn't the tree that was producing but they were all purple.
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That's cool Orlando but what I saw were purple grapes and they were growing on vines wrapped up in the trees pretty high up so it was tricky to tell it wasn't the tree that was producing but they were all purple.


We saw those too, found them on the ground. They were dark purple, split it open and very much like a grape. Didnt take a pic.


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We saw those too, found them on the ground. They were dark purple, split it open and very much like a grape. Didnt take a pic.


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Those are muscadines. They're delicious but full seeds. Well worth the trouble of having to spit them out though.
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Old 08-16-2017, 11:20 PM   #226
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Are these the wild cherries I found them today. The tree is about 40 ft tall.[IMG]itty[/IMG]
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Old 08-16-2017, 11:21 PM   #227
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Old 08-16-2017, 11:23 PM   #228
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Here's one more pic. [IMG][/IMG]
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Are these the wild cherries I found them today. The tree is about 40 ft tall.[IMG]itty[/IMG]
That's probably either black gum or gum bumelia fruit. Black gum limbs usually are perpendicular to the trunk. If you picked them by hand they are prolly gum bumelia. Not black cherry.
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After seeing second picture looks like black gum.
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Old 08-17-2017, 07:30 AM   #231
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Pics of fruit and the leaves. I had to get from the internet. I know of 3 areas that have these trees. Notice the serration on the leaves.
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So in Louisiana i was an avid duck hunter but never for deer. I will be trying in SHNF this season, but was wondering if someone can point me in the right direction of what keys to look for in finding a spot? How do you even know where to set in to scout? Any high-level pointers for this area would be much appreciated!
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BC. -- Those are Hackberries you are holding. They will turn purple when ripe and are edible to both humans and wildlife. I've seen deer come and feed under a Hackberry tree on more than one occasion.

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So in Louisiana i was an avid duck hunter but never for deer. I will be trying in SHNF this season, but was wondering if someone can point me in the right direction of what keys to look for in finding a spot? How do you even know where to set in to scout? Any high-level pointers for this area would be much appreciated!
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Pics of fruit and the leaves. I had to get from the internet. I know of 3 areas that have these trees. Notice the serration on the leaves.
Now that is interesting. Those are definitely not muscadines. Frankly I don't know what they are.
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Y'all got my head spinning over these wild cherry trees I'm heading to the Sam as I tipe to go find those wild cherries lol.
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Y'all got my head spinning over these wild cherry trees I'm heading to the Sam as I tipe to go find those wild cherries lol.

If one of you veterans want, I can take you to the place I found the cherry trees I saw. Also, finished the euro mount of the pig I got the other day in the Sam.
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Chief if they were purple they are possibly the grapes that are out right now, I see you can post pictures now so post up a pic next time your in the bush and Congratulations on the pig and euro mount.
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Old 08-17-2017, 08:45 PM   #239
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Chief if they were purple they are possibly the grapes that are out right now, I see you can post pictures now so post up a pic next time your in the bush and Congratulations on the pig and euro mount.


I will get a pic, cause yeah they definitely aren't grapes. I'll be heading out there in the next couple days. They've got the cherry pit and seed just like a store bought one, and thanks, it was my first time trying a euro mount.
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Old 08-18-2017, 12:35 AM   #240
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I didn't find the wild cherries but was able to find two hard horned shooter bucks that were feeding on beauty berries. Both bucks had very nice racks 8 point and the bigger was a nice blond horn 10 point. Also found this girl next to a creek.[IMG][/IMG]
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^^^^^^Looks like someone is on them bucks again^^^^
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Yes he is.

On a side note, I would have killed the **** out of that snake. I'll tolerate rattlers and copperheads, but I HATE cottonmouths.
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Old 08-19-2017, 01:18 PM   #243
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Where do y'all typically find persimmon trees in the sam. I've only found one. In the dcnf I've found groves with hundreds of them but in the sam just one.


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Old 08-19-2017, 01:37 PM   #244
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Not to many persimon trees out there most I see are next to the roads where it would be illegal to hunt. You might find some next to creeks.

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Not to many persimon trees out there most I see are next to the roads where it would be illegal to hunt. You might find some next to creeks.
I noticed someone on jut Facebook page pointed out it was a timber rattler, they do get dark like that as they age, did it have rattles?... Actually after zooming in looks like no rattles and it's showing you it's white mouth? Cool pic

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I will get a pic, cause yeah they definitely aren't grapes. I'll be heading out there in the next couple days. They've got the cherry pit and seed just like a store bought one, and thanks, it was my first time trying a euro mount.
what method did you do for the euro? (Looks clean)I know some people go through a lot of effort but the skulls I find in the forest look ready to hang on a plaque.
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Old 08-19-2017, 07:51 PM   #247
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what method did you do for the euro? (Looks clean)I know some people go through a lot of effort but the skulls I find in the forest look ready to hang on a plaque.
I skinned the head, cut off the ears and eyes, took off as much meat as I could before boiling the head. Boil the head till the remaining meat and tendons start to split. Take the head out, use pliers to pull the top and bottom teeth and tusks (exclude molars and premolars). Pull the sinus out (keep snout on to pull it all out at once ) then wash with decent pressure from hose. Boil again with regular water if needed. After all meat is off and brain is out, boil in 40%peroxide 60%water until white enough for your liking. Then paint mop and glo on skull to keep it sealed and from catching dust.

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Old 08-19-2017, 07:56 PM   #248
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Also, I found the grapes you guys mentioned. They are attached here. Then I found the cherries again, which I showed to the biologist for the Sam, and although not yet ripe, he confirmed them to be cherries. They will also be attached (grape first two pics, cherries last pic. The grapes had four seeds, the cherries one as per usual)

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Also, I found the grapes you guys mentioned. They are attached here. Then I found the cherries again, which I showed to the biologist for the Sam, and although not yet ripe, he confirmed them to be cherries. They will also be attached (grape first two pics, cherries last pic. The grapes had four seeds, the cherries one as per usual)

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Wow. That's crazy. I have never seen those cherries before. Are they edible?

Btw the grapes in the first pic are indeed muscadines.
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Wow. That's crazy. I have never seen those cherries before. Are they edible?

Btw the grapes in the first pic are indeed muscadines.
Yeah they they matched the description of the wild grapes someone else mentioned so I took a guess there. As for the cherries, they aren't quite as good as the ones in store, granted they weren't fully ripe, but they are indeed edible.

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