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by Lon Sherman I really love deer hunting, but my passion of late has been looking for antler sheds on the properties near my home in central Wisconsin where I grew up. I just returned from a long … Read More
Want to gather shed antlers in Utah? Late winter and early spring is the worst time of the year for elk, moose and especially deer in Utah. In the winter, deep snow makes it hard for deer to move and … Read More
Mysterious shed antlers always create some buzz and these magnificent pickups have whitetail hunters chattering away! We don’t have all the details in quite yet, but it appears that a lucky shed hunter from northern Wisconsin found these nontypical antlers … Read More
Are you thinking about hunting shed antlers now that deer season has ended? Curious about new products from the SHOT and ATA shows? Southern deer seasons … they’re still going on!
Have you seen this whitetail deer antler shed photo? It has been rocketing across the Internet this morning. We do know where or when this photo was taken, and we are only speculating that it is, indeed, from a whitetail. … Read More
In this video, Joe Shead discusses the shed hunting techniques he uses to continue to grow his renowned whitetail antler collection. “Shed hunting” is defined as seeking the antlers whitetail bucks dispose of during the post-rut winter months. As with … Read More
by Charlie Alsheimer If you’ve taken a close look at a boiled deer skull, or one that has lain in the woods for some time, you might notice a faint line just below the antler burr. This line is a … Read More
Recently, shed hunting has grown from a simple scouting tool to a sport all its own. Just as field trials, sporting clays, and trap and skeet shooting have spun off of bird hunting, shed hunting has become its own pastime, a profit center, a bridge between hunters and nonhunters and even a means of introducing people to deer hunting. Read More