Posts Tagged: shed hunting

Scott Bestul

Just a Little Farther


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Many years ago, I read an essay by a writer buddy of mine. Will is a diehard outdoorsman who is only a casual hunter, but he loves to fish, and backpack. He takes a camera with him wherever he hikes, and shoots some pretty amazing photos. His essay was titled “Just a Little Further” and […]

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Scott Bestul

The Systematic Shed Hunter


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Let’s face it: Finding shed antlers is a mileage game. The more you walk, the more antlers you find. Of course we all dream of walking into late-winter yarding area, popping over a little rise, and spotting the Mother Lode of Bone, right there in front of us. Reality, of course, paints the real picture; […]

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Scott Bestul

Solving the Shed Conundrum


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I don’t typically have this problem, but you might: It’s been a banner year for shed hunting, and suddenly you’ve got a pile of bone stacked in a corner of your Man Cave. What are you going to do with all of those horns? Most of us, of course, just keep them. We’ve not only […]

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Scott Bestul

Scouting For Sheds


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The peak of shed hunting season is fast approaching, and whitetail nuts are gearing up for the annual bone hunt after a long, brutal winter. Cabin fever has reached epidemic proportions the last few months, and shed hunting is going to prove a wonderful antidote. Nothing erases the winter blues better than a happy jaunt […]

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