Gone Shed Hunting

I can’t believe it is March and it’s time to go shed hunting. Shed Hunting I am going out tomorrow shed hunting on two close by deer hunting properties to see if I can find some bone.  I would love to find the big bucks sheds that I missed with my bow at 35 yards and got it all on film to enjoy over and over and over. He may have won that battle but I’m not giving up on him just yet. I am more determined than ever to get him and if I can find his sheds that might help me figure him out and get him in my freezer and on my wall. His nickname is mulie because his G-2s fork and look like a mule deer. Not to mention that joker is absolutely huge as a mule. Talk about a big bodied whitetail I bet he … Continue reading

Shed Hunting Preparing Hotspots

Now is the time of year to get out and start shed hunting. The big bucks should be dropping their antlers very soon if they haven’t already. I haven’t been able to get out shed hunting yet but plan on it soon. Getting out shed hunting is fun and a great time to do some post season scouting. Shed Hunting I like to look for old rub lines,scrapes, feeding and bedding areas. A great place to start looking for antlers on your deer hunting property is feeding areas and trails leading to and from bedding areas and feeding areas. Finding a big antler or antlers is awesome and if you can harvest one of the big bucks that you have found his antlers is really cool. I would like to get a monster mounted with his sheds on the plaque that would be awesome. So get out and find some … Continue reading

Sun Goes Down Deer Hunting

Well another sun goes down deer hunting season has come and gone here in Kansas. With the exception of an extended archery season antler-less only in unit 19. I am still going to try to tag a doe to put in the freezer. The Sun Goes Down Deer Hunting How about where you hunt? Did you have a good year of deer hunting? Where you able to harvest any whitetails? I am already starting to get ready for next season. I am feeding the whitetails behind my house corn. It has been very cold here in Kansas this year and with all the crops being harvested the whitetails are going to have to be strong to survive this harsh winter. I have already gotten trail camera pictures of a buck that has shed his antlers. I guess it’s time to get out and do some shed hunting. The cold weather … Continue reading