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Old Yesterday, 11:07 AM
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Probably my last run on the mulberry tree. Found coons in it this morning, they will probably have it stripped of fruit by the end of the week.
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Old Yesterday, 11:26 AM
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Illinois doesn't have a spring tree squirrel season. I have to wait until August 1st but more likely a couple of weeks later it gets good when they will be cutting hickory nuts. I love to catch a squirrel gnawing on a nut while I put the crosshairs on him with my CZ 453 .22. In the first two weeks of the season, hackberry, wild cherry, and yellow popular are the likely food sources for the bushytails. It's a real challenge to find a gray in the tip top of a yellow popular tree, sometimes requiring that I lay flat on my back and shoot through a tiny opening. My late 70s age is making this more difficult!
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Old Yesterday, 11:35 AM
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Nice shooting and a fun and successful outing in the woods with a sweet pistol rig! What's the sight?
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Good shooting. As for the coons get either a Harbor Freight or Rural King driveway alarm. #166 fell early this morning to the Beep-beep of the alarm.
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We have a pomegranite tree that bears fruit every winter. The between some livestock nibbling the lower branches, and local coons and squirrels climbing to the top, there wasn't a piece left for us last year.
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I have almost the same problem...

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We have a pomegranite tree that bears fruit every winter. The between some livestock nibbling the lower branches, and local coons and squirrels climbing to the top, there wasn't a piece left for us last year.
I have almost the same problem, except that it is my peach trees. So I feel your pain. Between the deer and the squirrels I have gotten virtually NO peaches for the last 4 years. And it didn't help that the nursery where I bought the 2 trees from did not ID the trees as a DWARF fruit tree. So yeah the deer can reach the peaches.
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