Antler Sheds

7/1/02 @ 9:15 PM
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Pan-Man1
Pan-Man1
USER since 6/17/02
THE MAN is goofy. The bucks choose to sherd their antlers. Watch a hunting show or pick up a hunting book would ya?>??????

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1/31/18 @ 7:18 AM
beanthewalleyslayer
beanthewalleyslayer
USER since 1/18/10

I'm convinced, where I've been looking the deer are lying down and eating their antlers so I can't find them!

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1/30/18 @ 10:07 PM
ihookem
ihookem
USER since 11/29/01

I found a 4 point last Friday . I have scouted 34.8 miles so far this year and found one shed form last spring , so it was not even fresh. 

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1/30/18 @ 6:36 PM
WelderGuy
WelderGuy
USER since 12/19/10

This thread has been pretty quiet, what’s the deal?  Has nobody been out or are deer still holding tight??  I’ve only been out once with nothing to show for it, did find a few impressive rubs though!

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1/23/18 @ 1:37 PM
GreatOutdoors2001
GreatOutdoors2001
USER since 7/5/01

Checked cameras on Saturday.  My son found 1 small one that had fairly fresh blood on it.  Thought i would maybe find more.  However, looking at pictures all the nice bucks are still holding both sides.  Had 1 or 2 small ones that were missing a side on camera.  One camera had at least a dozen different bucks on from the 24 hours prior to checking and they all had both sides.  Gonna be a while for me in Shawano county.  We do have a ton of standing corn and beans as well as turnip patches they are feeding on, so the deer in my block are not food stressed at all. 

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1/16/18 @ 10:55 AM
Nellyfishr
Nellyfishr
USER since 12/23/09

Well pulling some deerstand and cameras its always fun to check some spots along a food source. cameras have shown a few that were stressed that have dropped. But not time to be putting on any miles or intruding any spots. We lost all the snow in the area here but just got 4 fresh inches yesterday so hopefully more will come and push the deer to thermal cover and make the horns easier to locate. But keep up the good work and eyes on the ground! good luck and be safe this season! I have a second dog this year so im pretty excited to see what this season brings!

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1/12/18 @ 3:52 PM
waltereye sr.
waltereye sr.
USER since 6/25/01

Ditto on the last two comments. Thanks for posting pictures 

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1/11/18 @ 2:30 PM
shedhunter
shedhunter
USER since 1/28/08

Scout-- Great pics and great finds thanks for sharing!!!

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1/9/18 @ 10:01 AM
.Long Barrels
.Long Barrels
USER since 12/9/14

Scout,  Sweet pic. love it.

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1/9/18 @ 9:46 AM
scoutking07
scoutking07
USER since 10/25/07

Found the first shed of the season.  Twenty yards away my dad spotted the match.  It was a buck that I had on camera and he dropped both sides by Dec 21.  Cool part was, my dad picked up his matched set last year about 80-90 yards from this years.

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1/8/18 @ 9:22 AM
.Long Barrels
.Long Barrels
USER since 12/9/14

bassmaster...if you have food in the winter,  you find what your looking for.

As for sheds,  i haven't looked yet however in the last two weeks i've seen bucks that dropped.  mostly little dudes,  but i did see a 3.5 that had one side.  He didn't get close enough and i didn't bring binos,  but I think it was shed and not just broken.  I think I've seen the deer before during the season,  he's local so hopefully it's on mine somewhere.

Food in the winter means bone on the ground.  I have one piece i hunt,  no food,  never found a shed in 20 years.  they don't winter there.  I believe there are sheds some where as some deer do still live there and travel to food daily, but it's mostly marsh.  that marsh just eats them sheds up.  very hard to find w o a dog.

Edited on 1/8/18 9:23 AM
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