Roger Wolfe Has spent much of his adult life looking for these...antler sheds...and as you can see, he's been very successful. Roger and Craig Acheson are buddies who met through their common drive to find as many antlers as possible, and they spend a lot of time looking for them.
"On a typical day, down here on steep terrain, 3-4 hours, a couple of weekends ago, I did a 7 hour stretch and it wiped me out. Through the course of a year, probably 100. I'm out there every weekend. Why do you do it? Look at it!" says Wolfe.
To get all these sheds in his house, these guys hit the woods, and this day we were up in the mountains near Logan.
These woods are full of buck sign, and Craig says that's a good sign there could be sheds nearby.
"This is a pretty good scenario. We have a rub and a scrape back there, deer will naturally come by the area and out of curiosity, rub their head and if it's time for their antlers to come off, they'll just pop right off." says Acheson.
Location, and of course, timing is everything when it comes to shed hunting. If you're getting the itch do get outside, this is the perfect time to look for sheds.
"Anywhere from late February to spring greenup, March, April." says Wolfe.
And while you're out looking for antlers, you can also do a little scouting for this year's buck season. If there's scrubs around, you can bet there will be bucks in the area come November.
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