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phildobaggins:

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--- Quote from: phildobaggins on December 20, 2021, 12:02:13 PM ---I've had my eyes on a stud ~32" wide muley the last few weeks. He dropped one side last week.  :dunno:

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Oh boy, and it's about to start, the threads of early shed antlers and the hordes of people getting out WAY TOO EARLY to find them. Not saying you are at all, I'm sure you are being responsible and watching from a distance. But most people won't wait a bit and will push animals around in a tough time of year that is just starting.

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Lol calm down calm down, he's lived by me for years and I can glass him from my living room with a spotter. :chuckle: I haven't set foot in the mountains since late archery ended.

LDennis24:
All joking aside, there are some folks who will be out there doing just what we are talking about. It's wild how many people might be watching the same buck on public land and are waiting for that antler.

phildobaggins:

--- Quote from: LDennis24 on December 20, 2021, 03:11:27 PM ---All joking aside, there are some folks who will be out there doing just what we are talking about. It's wild how many people might be watching the same buck on public land and are wait for that antler.

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My buck's on private  :tung:

But yea with the popularity shed hunting has gained in the last few years, people tend to forget about the state the animals are in.

Seabass:
I had a bull moose drop somewhere around my tree stand last week. Havenít had time to look but heís still on my camera.

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