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Same group of elk. two had dropped one hadnt. maybe the antler I found on the road.

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Show a lazy man a tough job & he'll show you the easiest way to do it. ;)

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Great picture! Thanks for posting. Seems like they're dropping a little late this year. I wonder if that means anything for antler growth or the start of the rut this year. It'll be interesting.

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Road hunters get lucky sometimes, so shedhunters should be able to as well!

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30 years ago You would find em like that all the time. Not now . You were lucky, Congrats.................BOB!

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I got lucky and found three in the road this year. One was actually from last year on a road I drove several times during last years hunt.

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Leave it to the guy from Idaho Game and Fish to show us how to do it. :rolleyes:

 

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It is never that easy...

 

It probably fell off someone's quad

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I was out scouting 2 weeks ago so pretty nice buck with headgear on. While he was running from being bumped I was hoping that he would drop one of his antlers but it never works out that way!

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2 years ago, I found a set on the road. When they run across the road, there is often a ditch and that can "jar" the horns off!

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2 years ago, I found a set on the road. When they run across the road, there is often a ditch and that can "jar" the horns off!

 

the ditch or the fence is usually what causes them to drop. some fence lines pay off every year if you know where to go.

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