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DieselTiger1
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re: I will be 25 yards from here in the morning 20 ft up a gum tree


That's a man sized rub. Get after him.





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tkr1407
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re: I will be 25 yards from here in the morning 20 ft up a gum tree


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If your buck has been eatin them simmons he'll be easy to identify. His lips will be curled back past his ears...







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BFIV
Member since Apr 2012
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re: I will be 25 yards from here in the morning 20 ft up a gum tree


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what?


I figger yall haven't had a frost down there yet, BP? Have you ever eaten or tasted a simmon that has not been frosted on and isn't ripe? If not, go out there and taste one of those "green" simmons. You'll see what I mean.






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Bleeding purple
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Athens, Texas
Member since Sep 2007
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re: I will be 25 yards from here in the morning 20 ft up a gum tree


That is total falsehood. prisimmons rippen like all other fruit.

We havent had temps lower than 50 and I ate several the other day. Sweeter than fresh honey.






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BFIV
Member since Apr 2012
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re: I will be 25 yards from here in the morning 20 ft up a gum tree


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We havent had temps lower than 50 and I ate several the other day. Sweeter than fresh honey.


The simmons here ain't nowhere near ripe yet. Guess it's the difference in the growing season lengths? I agree, they are delicious...when they're ripe. But if they're not ripe, they'll curl your lips past your ears.






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Bleeding purple
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re: I will be 25 yards from here in the morning 20 ft up a gum tree


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But if they're not ripe


they are bitter as all get out






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MapGuy
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re: I will be 25 yards from here in the morning 20 ft up a gum tree


our haven't ripened either.

i'm thinking here in the next couple of weeks.






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tenfoe
Member since Jun 2011
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re: I will be 25 yards from here in the morning 20 ft up a gum tree


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they are bitter as all get out


Let me educate you whippersnappers on what to do with those green persimmons.

Get a half-gallon of green persimmons, dip in chocolate, set out on a table in a public place (I prefer parties or kitchen table at workplace), watch people bite into them. It never gets old.






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BFIV
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tkr1407
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4X4DEMON
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re: I will be 25 yards from here in the morning 20 ft up a gum tree


You can do that with onions also





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wickowick
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re: I will be 25 yards from here in the morning 20 ft up a gum tree


We had 5 persimmon trees at the house as a kid. They made for a great object to throw at other kids. The chocolate idea sounds glorious...





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greasemonkey
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Member since Aug 2012
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re: I will be 25 yards from here in the morning 20 ft up a gum tree


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watch people bite into them. It never gets old.


my dad suckered me into biting one ONCE never again.

theres some at my moms. I believe I will get my nieces to try one. might have to use the chocolate trick on my exs kids






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AUTimbo
Member since Sep 2011
556 posts

re: I will be 25 yards from here in the morning 20 ft up a gum tree


Concur with Diesel.

Thats a grown one making that size of rub.
Especially a signpost rub at that.

Me thinks I would spend mucho tiempo on that stand.......when the wind is right of course.

Maybe the chocolate covered persimmon thing will draw out big boy and you can lace him as he gets preoccupied trying to spit out that nasty green persimmon taste.






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Bleeding purple
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Athens, Texas
Member since Sep 2007
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re: I will be 25 yards from here in the morning 20 ft up a gum tree


Damn if the wind was all wrong for my stands this am. Freaking SSE wind was not going to let him get near me so I slept in. I hope next time i get a chance and favorable winds he is still in the same area.





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hardhead
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re: I will be 25 yards from here in the morning 20 ft up a gum tree


possum and chitlins is good... but you gotta watch out for those persimmon seeds





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Nascar Fan
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Member since Jul 2011
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re: I will be 25 yards from here in the morning 20 ft up a gum tree


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Get a half-gallon of green persimmons, dip in chocolate, set out on a table in a public place (I prefer parties or kitchen table at workplace), watch people bite into them. It never gets old.


Will try this






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tenfoe
Member since Jun 2011
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Will try this


In grad school I brought some to a student/faculty function. Everything had to be labeled. I labeled mine as "sweet swamp cherries."






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jimjackandjose
Member since Jun 2011
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Damn that shite is funny.

I dont know why but every year during a dove hunt, I get the bright idea that it will taste different when I bite into this time than it did last year.... And every year my mouth dries up and I cant get that funky feeling off my teeth and tongue






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tkr1407
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re: I will be 25 yards from here in the morning 20 ft up a gum tree


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n grad school I brought some to a student/faculty function. Everything had to be labeled. I labeled mine as "sweet swamp cherries."






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