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Ever tried freezing surplus acorns,to use as bait during late season?

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  • Ever tried freezing surplus acorns,to use as bait during late season?

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  • #2
    No, does it work ?

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    • #3
      Sorta kinda...I'm sure it would work. One year we tried making our own "blocks" out of acorns and other local grains/foods. Left a few in the freezer for almost a year and the deer would still eat it once we put it out.

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      • #4
        I dry them out in my basement, laying them on a screen, so air drys both sides. I never tried freezing them. It doesn't get the moisture out.
        My way the acorns are like dry beer nuts to the bear or buck. :-))

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        • #5
          Sure it works,acorns freeze and thaw all the time ,so no special care required.late season acorns become scarce and scattered,a bonus draw card deer can,t resist.

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          • #6
            Sure haven't. If you have a steady source of acorns why do this?

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