Shed Dog Training

Shed Dog Training Tips

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Shed Dog Training Tips and Kits The shed hunting craze is at…
deer sheds

What You can Discover by Finding Deer Sheds

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What You Can Learn From Deer Sheds   Shed season is…
Using A Dog To Find More Deer Sheds

Matching Antlers Year Over Year

Shed Hunting Tips Part 3, Why do you look for deer sheds? Most of us would answer with one of these answers. “I like shed hunting just to get out there after hunting season ends. I shed hunt to scout the areas of my property that I normally stay out of. I shed hunt to simply find sheds, but see what bucks

survived and to hopefully not find dead heads of bucks that did not.” These answers are common but there is much more to shed hunting that we do not normally discuss. Just the fact of finding sheds to deer that you have seen before, have not seen before, had trail camera pictures of, or are surprised to find thinking that they did not survive the season. One thing is for sure, finding the sheds, and getting the white gold in your hand is what it is all about. So why do you shed hunt? When the shed is in hand you get several things that are addicting. Confirming the score of what you estimated the deer to be is one thing, but the biggest thing we deer hunters start to love as our passion grows is building history with deer. Trail camera pictures, sightings, encounters, close calls, multiple years of sheds, they all start to add up into a long history of somewhat of a nemesis out in your woods. Each and every year all of this data, and the location of where you find the deer shed starts to add up and an incredible story of that deer’s movements, habits, and life takes shape. Knowing this confirms what you are doing right, what you are doing wrong, and shows you how and what to do with hunting another deer in similar areas. Shed hunting can tell you a lot, it’s more than just an addicting hobby, its history, satisfaction, and information to fuel your passion.

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