Not exactly a grip n grin, but...

Discussion in 'Grip and Grins' started by Pistolkitty, Feb 17, 2020.

  1. Pistolkitty

    Pistolkitty Supporting Member

    Went out this weekend,had planned on calling yotes in, but ended up hiking into some deep woods instead.was a great time, beautiful out there, unfortunately no sheds found, but it's early here for that. Still found some bone. Just as fun, as it's about getting out there, period.[​IMG]
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  2. Chef Duane

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    il_794xN.2144196992_6plf.jpg Sloughed off antlers that have been 'shed' by the deer.
     
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  3. ajole

    ajole Supporting Member

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    Antlers. Hunting “sheds” is so big now, you have to get permits in some places, and it’s very competitive. Prices are variable, but elk and deer run $6-$15 a pound.
     
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    Sloughed off antlers that have been 'shed' by the deer.
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  5. ajole

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    And matching sides of big racks are worth more. One kid here found a set and got them stabilized and mounted with a donor skull. He paid $200 for it to be done, he’s keeping them, they’re impressive.
     
  6. That's what my ex-wife's attorney told me too.
     
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  7. SWAGA

    SWAGA No longer broke... Lifetime Supporter

    Ain’t nothing wrong with a little rack.
     
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  8. Bertus

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    We go out looking for moose sheds as they pay about $10 per pound. My neighbor has a lab that is trained to find them:)
     
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