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TOPIC: Dug A Pile! 10/20

Re:Dug A Pile! 10/20 10 years 7 months ago #25904

rickyc wrote:

Frank that bugs root was the smallest top of all of them. I noticed that maybe 2yrs ago it got damaged from something. I think it ranks as one of or the nicest root I got this year.

huntsman53 wrote:

Wow Ricky, those are some nice roots! If that one was orange, it would look like Bugs Bunny's carrot.



I don't know about you but the most damage I have seen this year to Ginseng has been from dead and downed trees, limbs and branches falling on the tops. In most of the places that I hunted and dug, it seemed like that every tree that had been damaged from storms over the past 5 to 10 years, were downed this year by high winds. The biggest 4 prong that I scouted and located back in June was no where to be found this fall. However, in the general location of where it should have been, there were several trees and lots of large limbs and branches down all over the place.


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