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Second Season Shed Hunting, Part II
Last week I shared why and when bucks shed their antlers. This week I wish to share where my family and I have the most success finding sheds. As I explained last week, antlers are not knocked off. Rather they shed due to a rapid decrease in testosterone levels. So the old theory of finding most sheds at fence crossings or places antlers are thought to be “knocked off” simply isn’t correct. Read More At Winchester.com