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When you hunt for sheds where is the first place you look? Somone has already told me that hay bales are great places but i thin

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  • When you hunt for sheds where is the first place you look? Somone has already told me that hay bales are great places but i thin

    When you hunt for sheds where is the first place you look? Somone has already told me that hay bales are great places but i think ur helo may be good??

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    I check known bedding areas first and then start walking fencelines. If you have some CRP or pasture that has been burnt its pretty easy to find them then too.

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    • #3
      Bedding and feeding areas.

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      • #4
        Look for winter feeding areas and use binos to scout the fields. Saves a lot of walking.

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        • #5
          i always start at ditch and creek crosings and bedding areas

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          • #6
            I always heard that fence rows were the best but I tend to find them just out in the hardwoods flats. I think its because I can see them farther.

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            • #7
              I just look for any deer sign when I first enter the woods. I look mainly in a large field, but I make my way to the field while walking on deer trails or following streams. Strams are good places to look, and easy to follow.

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              • #8
                Fence lines

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                • #9
                  i just walk untill i find some there is no rime or reason to how they come off around here.

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                  • #10
                    The 13 point set in the pic on my profile was found by a kid in the woods behind his house. Fencelines or any place the buck would have to jump is good. The shock of landing causes the antler to fall. Another is any South facing slope. That is the first place to start sprouting green in Springtime and a deer magnet. I have seen a big bodied buck that was shot for a doe in Dec. (already shed his antlers) and also have seen bucks in April with antlers still on.

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                    • #11
                      Ya fence lines because that is where their antlers get stuck when they rub them.

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                      • #12
                        Agreed with herbie57_57 answer above and A + 1 for you sir!!!

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