Shed hunting at the end of May? Oh yes my friend, 25 sheds found so far, thanks to the proven tricks we’re going to share with you here.
In the Midwest the shed hunting season began in late February, and continues on today. At first sight of a buck that had dropped his antlers, we were ready for the hunt, only this time around we wouldn’t be taking a gun or bow. We’re taking good hiking boots, a warm mug of coffee, and our patience!
As we snake our way through the matted marsh grass, the wind is brisk on our face. We welcome the crisp air, and the accompaniment of the warm sun, it’s nothing close to the mind numbing minus thirty degrees and thirty mile an hour blizzard conditions we were hunting, in early January. Thanks to our G-Force Outdoor Gear we stay nice and cozy, regardless of the temps! My particular favorites are the Scouters Hoodie, in combination with the All Season Jacket, giving me complete control whether I’m too cold, or too warm.
God truly blessed the hunter when He decided that deer, moose, elk and caribou should shed their antlers.
Picture it…. There you are, reminiscing of late season bow hunting, a mild depression setting in, knowing you must wait another 10 months to start it all over again. Then Boom... you spot a buck who’s shed his antlers. Your veins surge with excitement once again. Put that tv remote away, it’s time to hit the fields!