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Discussion in 'Photo Gallery' started by Okie, Feb 7, 2006.
this is the first one that i am sure of.
That's it.........I'm heading out tomorrow morning.
cool pic, found one yesterday
brother inlaw went out last weekend,he found three all from the previous year.
I want to get out and look also.......
I got out for alittle bit yesterday but no luck as usually.
Now I am ready to get out there and start looking!
Cool Pic !!!
I'm stuck here at work thru the next 2 weeks. Wish I could be out lookin.
I seen a one horned buck Monday
I was out looking at a farm yesterday and decided to do alittle shed hunting. On such luck again, but boy is this farm full of deer sign. I don't know why it is so easy for me to find mushrooms but for the life of me I can't ever seam to find a deer shed.:whinging:
thought I found a shed in the median of I 70 last week but when I picked it up it had been broke off from a collision. Ill post some pictures tonight when I get home.
Not many dropping on my place in Ozark county yet. I took 7or8 pics of bucks late last week and only one spike had shed one side. I'm not going to start looking until most all have dropped.I think my wife and two boys are going to look this year so I am looking forward to it.
I talked to a guy who has deer in an enclosure, and all that has dropped in his herd are the younguns...
fireman, i always wondered about deer in pens. the thought i get is they drop thier horns later becuase they do not undergo all the stress of being shot at and finding food. i drove by a penned deer farm everyday last year and both the bucks kept thier antlers untill 1st week of april. any truth to this
I think stress probably does play aroll in shedding. A few years ago i was watching a food plot just after bow season and saw a bunch of bucks. All still had antlers but one. It looked like he had some sort of severe injury right between the shoulder blades.It looked like he had been shot at some point. I got it on video but it was too dark to really get a good look.
Good point, our wild deer are under a certain amount of stress that the penned deer aren't under....predators, food supply and such...probably makes a difference. I would bet the northern states are alot more different than Mo. is though, our winters are alot warmer than they used to be...
Guess Im gonna have to look this weekend.