Archie over at Midwest Buck Quest turned us on to these big sheds that were found recently in Illinois. Split brow and a nice drop! Hope this hunter, who wishes to remain anonymous, gets a crack at him this fall.
This is a good reminder to get out there this weekend and do one more round of shed hunting before the woods green up. Find a nice set like this (or one antler) and you know the buck that dropped them survived last hunting season. If he does not get hit by a car or otherwise perish this summer, he will live in the general vicinity of where he cast his sheds (typically within 500 acres or so).
Teaser: You won’t believe the size of the wild skull/rack we’ll be posting next week. Can you say 250 inches plus?
E-Gads that is a stud!!!!
(Note to Hanback: Drops are overrated!)
Looks like he had a bead on him and grabbed them just as they
Popped off, Looking at the blood on the base. I’m sure he’ll put
His time in this spring, hope he bags him. Great looking buck.
Can’t wait to see next weeks blog…..
Great mass, tine length, decent spread….what’s not to love. I want 1!!!!!!
What a beast! Look at those bases.
I’m intrigued about next week’s post. The mention of the skull makes me think it’ll be the picked-up pending #3 NT?
What a nice set! Can’t believe the critters hadn’t gnawed on those sheds yet. Can’t wait to see the giant next week Mike, always nice to have something to look forward to. Have a great Easter weekend big deer bloggers!