Antler hunting without the idiots (pics)

BuzzH

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Heres my idea of shed hunting. Take a good pair of boots, a good pair of binoculars, your best friend and have it all to yourself. Much better than the mad scramble with a bunch of drunks.
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BuzzH

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My buddy Doug and I are such nice guys, we even took our wives shed hunting one day...with pretty good results.

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This is the first year I started looking for sheds, not bad, I learned alot.

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This was a two day trip worth of antler my buddy Doug and I found. We expected to do better, but not bad, for a couple clowns.

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Oak

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Now that's more like it. Looks like you've had some good days. Although I think most of the pile in the front right corner of the last pic would have stayed in the hills if I'd run across them. I just can't pack all the old ones out, but I'd have a hell of a pile if I did.

Having met your guys' wives, I would say that I would have invited them along without hesitation.
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Greenhorn

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This is EXACTLY why there are so many little Chinese people running around these days! Buzz, you should be ashamed.
 

schmalts

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Cool haul!! I wish we had the wintering grounds to make it easier to find our WT sheds. My best day was 5 sheds, and thats a good day for any WT area. Although i do have some of the biggest ones most have ever found..
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enough to make any shed hunter drool
 

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