Showing the beginner the ropes of shed hunting is a lot like taking a kid hunting or fishing for the first time. It is important to set them up to be successful and make sure the experience is a positive one.
When you find the shed antlers of a mature buck, take note because it may be near the same place you can hunt and kill him this season.
Finding shed antlers is fun, but there’s no relationship to where the buck which dropped them spends the remainder of the year.
Some hunters believe antler thefts are being carried out by low-level criminals trying to make a fast buck by unloading sheds that are eventually sold to larger pet-supply companies.
After letting the arrow fly, the antlers go flying from this buck’s head.
Ever seen a deer actually shed its antlers? Maybe you’ve been that fortunate (we haven’t), but we bet you haven’t seen an albino shed his antlers! Until now, that is. Check out this footage captured in Wisconsin.