First walk of the year

Discussion in 'Shed Hunting Conference' started by 180class, Feb 5, 2019.

  1. 180class

    180class Well-Known Member

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    I needed to get out of the house this past weekend, so I decided to take a little stroll. Less than 2 hours later and I had the left side to my #1 buck, the set off my #2 buck and a hammer of an oldie that I can't believe wasn't picked up before now.
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  3. Ishi

    Ishi PMA Member

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    Nice!!
     
  4. LoessHillsArcher

    LoessHillsArcher Well-Known Member

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    Dang, that'd have me itching to shed hunt bad! And pumped for next season, great day there man!
     
  5. deep woods goat hunter

    deep woods goat hunter PMA Member

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    wow...
    iowa>missouri...
     
  6. BJohnson

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    the oldie looks related to the freshie from your #1
     
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    Agree

    Great finds.
     
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    Sure looks like it. Amazing how hidden they can be then show up in plain sight a year or two later....
     
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    Nice finds!
     
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    That is an awesome day!! Congrats
     
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    Was that oldie pic showing how you found it?? If so, strange that it seems perched on top of all of the grass, not being overgrown. Looking at some of the gnaw marks on the tines, could be something a coyote drug out from somewhere else. Would explain how you missed that big one previously! Amazing finds, congrats!!
     
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    I agree that a yote thought you needed a gift!
     
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    Agree, I found an old shed years ago off a buck I had killed 2-3 years earlier. It was laying in a recurring creek crossing I know I had walked by numerous times the prior two shed seasons. I assumed it had been relocated by a coyote sometime between shed seasons.
     
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    That would almost make my year!! Congrats man!!


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