Persimmon seed winter forecast

Discussion in 'Campfire' started by Polywog, Sep 5, 2010.

  1. Found some ripe persimmons while we were out today and cut the seeds and they all showed spoons.. Get ready to shovel some snow this winter..:thumb:
  2. shady grove

    shady grove Well-Known Member

    I didnt even notice if it was foggy in july or not.

  3. BigSteve1967

    BigSteve1967 Well-Known Member

    no fog at all in Garland County that I could remember in July it was to dern hot
  4. seymore whitetail

    seymore whitetail Well-Known Member

    Does anyone remember if it showed spoons last year?
  5. Earnhardt fan #1

    Earnhardt fan #1 Premium Member<br>2012 Turkey Hunting Contest Winn

    Last few years its been a mixture of them all :skeptical:
  6. Levi

    Levi Well-Known Member

    Always is..........:clap:
  7. Last year the ones I checked all showed spoons..
  8. seymore whitetail

    seymore whitetail Well-Known Member

    Well Polywog we may have to start calling you the Weatherman II if your prediction comes out right.:fit: I'm ready for cooler weather and some snow now.
  9. Not me brother.. I'm just the seed messenger..:thumb: I'm ready for cooler weather also..
  10. seymore whitetail

    seymore whitetail Well-Known Member

    Well I hope the seed is right. I love the snow!
  11. Me too.. Wouldn't it be something to be hunting the bottoms with about 3 inches of snow??:nod:
  12. flintknapper

    flintknapper Moderator/smokepole pimp

    Thanks PolyW for the forcast. I lost my persimmon tree, and haven't found a replacement yet! :biggrin:
  13. seymore whitetail

    seymore whitetail Well-Known Member

    That would be GREAT!! I love hunting in the snow!
  14. I should put a disclaimer with this reading.. These persimmons came from a tree in the bottoms not the one behind my house so I don't know how reliable it will be..:up:
  15. jjarvis0007

    jjarvis0007 Well-Known Member

    I'll take some knives with them spoons! Bitter cold and some snow!
  16. ARtreehugga

    ARtreehugga Well-Known Member

    i checked a few last year and they were all spoons
  17. xbigp

    xbigp Well-Known Member

    checked more from saline county just now and they're all spoons. :thumb:
  18. THExONE

    THExONE Moderator<br>Deer Hunting<br>2011-12 Deer Hunting

    I don't know anything about transplanting them but if they can be my father in law has a bunch of them that are I am guessing about 1 1/2 that he is going to brush hog soon out of his pasture. They are close to the fence so he has just been letting them go for a while. If you want me to save a couple and bring them back up to NWA for ya I wouldn’t mind.
  19. Bruin

    Bruin Well-Known Member

    Bring on the snow! :thumb:
  20. Martin Man1

    Martin Man1 Well-Known Member

    I cut open 10 from my tree last year. 7 out of the 10 had spoons.
    I have cut open 5 this year all 5 have spoons.