As first light begins to break in the east, you strain your eyes looking for any sign of movement in the clearing where you have scattered White Oak Acorn Bait Corn. Frustratingly slow, the scene before you eventually reveals four does attempting to vacuum the ground of every kernel. Suddenly their heads pop up in unison, their ears at the alert. Moments later, the buck of your dreams materializes at the far end of the clearing.
If corn is candy to a whitetail deer, the acorn from the white oak tree is his sirloin, i.e. the main course. The sweetest of all acorns, these are the preferred food of deer. Low in tannic acid and in protein, these easily digestible nuts are very high in the fats and carbohydrates needed for building bulk before the coldest weather arrives. Deer cannot resist the lure of the Bait Corn Company’s White Oak Acorn Gourmet formula.