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Posted 29 August 2011 - 01:25 PM

After loosing power from hurricane Irene, I spent the day with family at the Hamburg Cabela's store since they still had power. I took notice of all the leaves that were along the road like grass after mowing & seeing a group of deer in a soy bean field, I realized, What about the oaks?? Theres alot of damage out there from this storm. Before the season starts, recheck what oak stands were hit the hardest so you know where they food is going to be left. Sheltered stands will be holding deer longer because they werent hit as hard by wind damage then other oak stands. With that in mind... areas with few acorns left from the storm, food plots & other food sources will be hit earlier & become even more important as the season passes.

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Posted 29 August 2011 - 06:52 PM

Here in central PA we had virtually no damage. Had a little wind and about 2" of rain but that was all. I would also add that if anyone had a tree stand up in the storm track be sure to check it real good and also check the tree itself real good.
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