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Do you know what Texas Tree this is?

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I was recently given some wood off of one of our land clearing sites. I never got to see the tree itself, or the leaves, before it was cut up. The guy said he was pretty sure it was a pecan but this bark is kind of peculiar. Almost looks pine-like but I know it isnt. I live in Southeast Texas. Photo is attached
 

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mike243

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Welcome Home, looks like pine from here but not familiar with the tree's down there
 

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I was recently given some wood off of one of our land clearing sites. I never got to see the tree itself, or the leaves, before it was cut up. The guy said he was pretty sure it was a pecan but this bark is kind of peculiar. Almost looks pine-like but I know it isnt. I live in Southeast Texas. Photo is attached
welcome to SMF. Nice choice on username. Can you split the wood so we can see the grain? What are you smoking with?
 
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Willow Oak was another one I was thinking is possible. Just so hard without the leaves and such. Thanks for all y'alls help
 

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It doesn't have typical oak grain. More like pecan or hickory but I'm still not sure it's either one of them. Hard to make a determination from a two dimensional photo w/o some leaves to help.
 

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