Tried something new this year for shed hunting at our land. In the past, it was multiple times of a couple people taking a look and running a total until we were done for the year. This years plan was to get a bigger group and hit it hard for the weekend. From our camp, it was me, my Dad, my son, a buddy and his son, and another buddy. We were joined by some of our neighbors on Saturday.
My dad got things started Friday evening picking up 2 while looking with my buddy and his son for a little bit while I was about 45 minutes away on my way up for the weekend.
Picture: When I got up there, my buddy and I sent our sons to go check one of our good spots. My buddy helped me unpack while Dad was mixing some old fashioneds. After giving the boys a 5-10 minute head start, we grabbed our cocktails and headed over there. My son had these 2 already and my buddies son had 1. Looking a little more around there and working back towards the cabin we found 7 more. That made it 12 for the Friday evening hunt.
Not the best at math so I am guessing you are finding one shed every 60 hours of hunting? Don't feel bad. Good exercise and your outside. A few years ago the girlfriend and I logged around 60 until she found one. And I went back after snow melt and found the other side. Without a dog it can be very frustrating. Congrats after the 60 hour wait. Wish I had time to go out and get skunked at it.