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Read & React: Nevada Law Severely Limits Shed Hunting; Is Your State Next?

by Mark Kenyon 0

Could our right to hunt for whitetail shed antlers be banned or regulated? Recent events across the country suggest that… more »

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The Basics of Shed Dog Training

by Mark Kenyon 2

“We give dogs time we can spare, space we can spare and love we can spare. And in return, dogs… more »

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The Best Deer Sheds of the Year

by North American Whitetail Online Staff 0

Just because whitetail season is over doesn’t mean it’s time to veg out in front of the TV until September…. more »

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The Whitetail Addict’s Guide to Shed Hunting

by Mark Kenyon 0

I caught the flash of white in the corner of my eye as a shining white glow emerged from the… more »

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The Truth About Shed Hunting

by Mark Kayser 0

Do you remember the days when nobody gave a second glance at a shed whitetail antler? Farmers would pick them… more »

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Antler Frenzy: Shed Hunting No-No’s

by Gordon Whittington 19

It sounds odd to say we’re “pursuing” something when what we’re after isn’t trying to get away. But for a… more »

If your goal is to find matched sets of shed antlers, it's critical to give the bucks in your area enough time to shed both of their antlers before you begin disturbing their bedding and feeding areas. Photo by John Hafner/windigoimages.com.

The Shed Antler Detector

by Mike Charowhas 2

Hunting shed antlers doesn’t have to be like finding a needle in a haystack. Follow our expert’s tips to begin building your collection.

For years, the author has had an insatiable passion for shed hunting, but he would never pick up an antler on someone’s property without having permission to do so. How would you feel if you were hunting a trophy buck and a shed thief came sneaking in and stole the very antlers you had hoped to find?

How You Can Prevent Shed Poaching

by Jody Hadachek 2

As the enormous popularity of shed hunting has increased in recent years, so has the incidence of shed poaching. Here are some things you can do to fight back.

Master trainer Roger Sigler and his good friend Ayla, a yellow Lab, show off some of the mule deer and whitetail sheds found on their spring 2007 trek to southern Saskatchewan. Roger noted that antlers do have an odor that dogs can detect even several years after being shed.

Saskatchewan Shed Hunting Odyssey

by Roger Sigler 0

Last spring when Roger Sigler and his shed antler dogs headed to southern Saskatchewan to look for sheds, they had the adventure of a lifetime!

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A Closer Look at Shed Hunting

by Jody Hadachek 0

Last month we took an in-depth look at the amazing growth in the popularity of shed hunting in recent years. In Part 2, we’ll take a look at shed hunting from several different perspectives, including the use of shed antlers in crafts and the collecting of shed antlers, and we’ll talk about what the future might hold for the sport.

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