Wednesday, April 11, 2018
Shed Antlers or Shed Horns?
Finding sheds can be great way to get outside after a long winter when cabin fever starts to set in, get some exercise due to holiday meals, or do some preseason scouting. Maybe there is that target buck you’re after or simply wanting to add to your growing shed collection. Whatever the reason, here’s a few tips to help you find your next shed!
1. Take it easy! Trying to walk too fast will often make you walk right past a shed. I like to cover trails, fence lines, and open fields, but when I get in the timber… its best to scan the area. Maybe walk a few steps and look 360 degrees with your eyes. That shed could be on the other side of some blow down and if you don’t look behind you, you will never see it. Bring a set of binos with you. Pick a spot to sit and scan a cut bean field, or pond dam. Too many times when I first got into shed hunting that I walked right past a shed only to have a buddy scoop it up that was slowly bringing up the rear.
Tecomate Wildlife Systems on 04/11 at 05:06 PM
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