Why Do We Shed Hunt Raised Hunting Staff 2 years ago Shed Dog Training Tips0 Comments/March 14, 2017Shed Dog Training Tips and Kits The shed hunting craze is at… http://www.raisedhunting.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/shed-dog-training-tips_Feature.jpg 1152 2048 Raised Hunting http://www.raisedhunting.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/Raised-Hunting-presented-by-Whittaker-Guns.png Raised Hunting2017-03-14 16:46:402017-03-14 16:51:59Shed Dog Training TipsWhat You can Discover by Finding Deer Sheds0 Comments/March 1, 2017What You Can Learn From Deer Sheds Shed season is… http://www.raisedhunting.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/what-deer-sheds-can-tell-you_feature.png 770 1400 Raised Hunting http://www.raisedhunting.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/Raised-Hunting-presented-by-Whittaker-Guns.png Raised Hunting2017-03-01 18:33:182017-03-01 18:38:04What You can Discover by Finding Deer ShedsUsing A Dog To Find More Deer Sheds http://www.raisedhunting.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/Using-A-Dog-To-Find-More-Deer-Sheds.png 536 959 Raised Hunting Staff http://www.raisedhunting.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/Raised-Hunting-presented-by-Whittaker-Guns.png Raised Hunting Staff2016-04-20 19:08:092016-05-12 18:48:20Using A Dog To Find More Deer ShedsWhy Do We Shed Hunt Shed Hunting Tips, Part 2, why do you shed hunt? What is it about deer sheds that forces us out into the bitter cold of February and early March? Have you asked yourself that question and thought or came up with a solid answer? Some may answer to scout my property, other may answer to simple find a shed, or to get a picture of a shed in my hand. Whatever it is that drives us to the cold woods every winter, it’s a good thing. Raised hunting discusses the reason for why we shed hunt. On the discussion, we reveal some eye opening opinions. First is satisfaction without anything spent, it does not require a license, does not require a set in season. It is going out to the woods for one goal, to find deer sheds, and the rewards of finding a shed go much farther than just holding a deer antler. Finding a deer shed provides more history, more information, the locations, and habits of that buck. It confirms that he has survived the season, and knowing that he will be bigger than what you are currently holding. Reversely, finding a dead head is the end of a long story, it can be frustrating, but knowing where your hunt stops is key. Early or late, we still get out there, enjoy the outdoors, share the memories and frustrations, and share the passion of hunting. Why do we shed hunt? Why do we go out looking for deer sheds? What is your answer?