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I' agree you have to walk miles in the woods for every stick. (It seems like it anyway)

I've had my best luck on creek bottoms with HoneySuckle vine, and on sunny hillsides with low growing Muscadine Vines.

We've got a lot of Oak and Hickory trees, with stands of Cedar intersperced. Make great sticks.

Curled sticks are beautiful, but you've got to work for nearly all of em.

Sometimes I give up and settle for a straight Hickory... Those are the ones I take to our hunting club.

When I hiked the A.,T. I carried a straight Hickory, that got really beat up... I made a mistake and refinished it,

I should have retired it instead.
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