There is a couple mulberry trees back in a little bottom not far from me and for some reason they will ripen before any of the other mulberry trees I know of. I will be checking them.If mulberries are on by then, I'm gonna raise hell on em. If they ain't, I'll take a shotgun and hike enough to get 6 lol
So if the squirrels aren’t in the mulberries where do you have the best luck in the spring? Creek bottoms? Ridge tops? Field edges?
Been hunting them a lot of years and still love to hear that sound.I used to hunt them hard as a kid and still do some in the fall as an adult. In spring season I’d love to go on an early morning after a rain the night before or a heavy dew, you’d hear them squirrels when they start moving because it would start raining wherever they were shaking a limb.
If no mulberries, it's just a slow hike with a shotgun imo.So if the squirrels aren’t in the mulberries where do you have the best luck in the spring? Creek bottoms? Ridge tops? Field edges?
8 squirrels under mine yesterday.Time to load the bird feeders up.