Bodock


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Bo`dock´


n.1.The Osage orange.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Walnut was the most common because it was plentiful, but select calls were made of Hedge, better known as Osage Orange or Bois d'Arc, French for archery bow wood; in the vernacular Bodock. A hard wood, it turned easily yet gave the call extra ring and resonance.
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(I was almost clobbered by one in my landlord's yard a few weeks ago.) "Bodock," he said, "but we also call them Horse Apples." On the Internet I then located a fact sheet from the Center for Wood Anatomy Research.
Thank you very much for giving me the information about the Bodock B&B shown in the Small-Town Spotlight on Pontotoc in the September/October issue.
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Making each duck call by hand, he prefers working with black walnut, bodock (osage orange), coco bola, dogwood, mahogany, or mesquite woods.
You've heard of the championship bodock fence post-throwing contest, but have you seen it for yourself?
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Of course, no bodock festival would be complete without a bodock fencepost throwing competition.