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Coues Sheds Gallery

Josh and Jennifer Epperson 1991-1997



Josh thinks these sheds are from the same buck and that these sheds were on the ground for about 7-12 years.  The last three on the right have the same base diameter and so it’s hard to say which is oldest.  The one on the left was found by a friend.  The one with the broken beam was found by Josh in 1991 and measures 47 0/8.  The 3rd shed was found by Jennifer and scores 53 5/8 with a 19 1/8 ” beam.  The lower picture is her holding the shed, which helps show the size of the antler.  The fourth shed is missing an eyeguard, has a 19 5/8 ” beam and scores 49 3/8.  They never found a match to any of these sheds.


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