Wont be long now, saw 2 the other day with one side dropped.
Only the fields and fence rows early as to not bump the deer out of the beds and area before the majority drop. Only if you know for certain a highly regarded target buck has dropped both sides and you have accurate intel of an area/bed they might be laying would I chance it to look in thickets in or around bedding but look quick but thouroughly then eliminate it and go back later. The majority of sheds hit the ground in early March and April here in the SW part of the state. Northern and SE seem to drop sooner. Many in my area carry up till greenup...Anybody have any tips for a first time Ohio shed hunter? I mean it seems foolish to me to get in all the properties this off season that you know are holding big bucks just to smell it up for a week at a time but I’ve always wanted to shed hunt. Should I just look everywhere? Bedding areas? Thick shit? Where can I find these bad boys?!