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#16 Delw

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This year the kid walks behind me, tired of her walking on her own finding crap and I dont see it ;)



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go fishing.

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Ive always watched for sheds but never intentionally hunted them hard until last year. I found 20+ sheds last year, the best Ive ever done in a year.

Im pretty excited to get out this year and I set up some cameras in December hoping it could help. Has anyone benefitted from using cameras for sheds?

I know they arent going to drop in front of my cameras but I figured it could give me an idea of how many antlers I should be looking for in a certain area and maybe even when they dropped if the bulls are showing up on camera often enough.

Either way i am excited to check to check some winter pictures. Ive never left any cameras out December-March.


Ive had this same thought before but havent tried it yet. Seems like it would give you a great idea of how many bulls are in that area and when the majority of them dropped.

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Ive always watched for sheds but never intentionally hunted them hard until last year. I found 20+ sheds last year, the best Ive ever done in a year.

Im pretty excited to get out this year and I set up some cameras in December hoping it could help. Has anyone benefitted from using cameras for sheds?

I know they arent going to drop in front of my cameras but I figured it could give me an idea of how many antlers I should be looking for in a certain area and maybe even when they dropped if the bulls are showing up on camera often enough.

Either way i am excited to check to check some winter pictures. Ive never left any cameras out December-March.

Ive had this same thought before but havent tried it yet. Seems like it would give you a great idea of how many bulls are in that area and when the majority of them dropped.

Thats what Im hoping for. Im heading up this weekend and I dont know if its too early to start looking or not. Its probably a 7 mile hike one way to get to one camera right now with the roads closed. Cant decide if I should make the hike or just go glass. I Dont feel like hiking it if I dont have a chance for some sheds.

!!!ADDICTED!!!





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