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  • When does elk lose their horns?

    When does elk lose their horns?

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    In northern Wyoming maybe as early as February on through the spring months. The hills are full of hornhunters at this time. A friend found a 300 class matched 6 x 6 week three weeks ago. He walked right by one in the snow but his dog stopped and sniffed it. Looking a few more steps he found the match. Fairly heavy and aukward load to out on your pack frame.

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    • #3
      I'm sorry guys this is not a related response, but why the Celtics icon? Do you think they really have a chance against LeBron loving David Stern? As a die-hard Pistons fan, I've seen what happens when Stern picks his Golden Boy to win (Example Miami and Wade & Last Year Garnett and Celtics). Last year they hyped up the Celtics before the season even started. Again I apologize for this response... I hate the NBA!

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      • #4
        the celtics rock thats why i picked the icon

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        • #5
          Last time I checked, Elk didn't have horns....?

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          • #6
            Probably Feb to Mar

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            • #7
              Elk lose their ANTLERS in late winter and spring which is the best time to shed hunt if you can.

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              • #8
                February to Spring!

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