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When do bucks shed their antlers in Pennsylvania?, and what are the best conditions and best time to look for them?

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  • #16
    Originally posted by 99explorer View Post
    A good place to look for sheds is along a fence line where deer cross from one side to the other.
    I find a lot of my antlers near busy roads.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Pmacc60 View Post
      Last year on March 14th I took this picture in Chester county Pa . You can plainly see this buck still had his antlers.
      I’ve seen them in the beginning weeks in April where they still had them. If I had the one still coming around I would get some pics but he was an old boy and he had his rack still in April.

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      • #18
        Yup, jump and jolt locations I hit first.
        Had a decent 8 on cam, one side gone, Jan 23.

        They will drop em early if stressed.

        Others had both sides.
        Wanted to go last Sunday, but snow came.
        Wanted to go this weekend, snow yesterday, creeks up....supposed to be 40 Sat.
        Will be flooded.

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