Shed hunting: a day late and a shed short

by Mar 9, 2016Hunting in Maine, Maine Deer Sheds, Whitetail Deer

Shed hunting: a day late and a shed short

This is what the owner of the property found the day before we arrived to shed hunt.  He wasn’t out looking for sheds, just walking around the property.  As bummed as we were to see this, the fact that they now had two years worth of matching sheds for the same deer is pretty awesome.

The set on the bottom is from 2015 and the set on top is from 2016.

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  1. Theres only one other thing worse than someone else finding your sheds. Boot prints in all your favorite spots.

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