I hunt quite a bit in the valley, so I know what you mean by that. I’ve had to get shots after poison oak, on the face is the worstIn my experience yes... you just have to learn what areas it’s more concentrated and avoid it. Though you cannot control where they go when you need to track something you hit.
My wife is just used to it as she art of my “look” that time of the year. The worst of the face around the eyes of nose. That just drives me crazy.
Wish I had a better answer for you.
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Don't forget our ticks riding the on yellowjackets backs to get you.Yes
Every poison oak brush also has a rattlesnake under it
Above it: yellowjackets nest
I used to get it terribly as a kid. Seem to be immune to it now. My buddy gets it pretty bad but has had great results with tecnu extreme cream
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That is an outstanding buck but looking at what he is in gives me a full panic attack. I have hunted A zone blacktail for many many years and get poison oak incredibly bad. So much so that it has changed where I have hunted in recent years due to PO overgrowth.