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2021 Sheds

Big Weff

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Been working with a few of my sheds on using them as useful decorations other than just for my own pleasure to appease the better half. As for holding 2 wine bottles my booner set is the only one gettin it done in that department.. 🤔View attachment 119998
That’s a 150 inch with tits down and it couldn’t hold a couple pints of cream soda. Lol. I guess the frame or how they lay out or the size they are that determines if they’re for showin or for blowin’! Errrrrr or for....starin at. Lol
Have any of you ever tried utilizing your sheds for anything like this?
I use them to wrap around candles and such just for decor. Taylor’s dad Tyson had a light he made at his old house, took an old wagon wheel and light it up with some of his bigger sheds draped over the edges, made a pretty cool chandelier.
 

finelyshedded

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I use them to wrap around candles and such just for decor. Taylor’s dad Tyson had a light he made at his old house, took an old wagon wheel and light it up with some of his bigger sheds draped over the edges, made a pretty cool chandelier.
Can you get them to send you pictures to share? I think it would be cool for everyone to share pictures of their creations or share ideas. I also have several nice sets of euros that I’m thinking of ways to use for displaying. I’m leaning towards lamps or a chandelier.
 

bowhunter1023

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We did 3 miles today for squirrels out at Wolf Creek WA. Only saw 2 squirrels between 4 guys, but me and my teammate brought back the tie breakers. That's his first ever shed and my 2nd ever from public ground.

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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?!
Fence rows ,bedding areas ,deer trails ,food areas ,bedding areas are a great spot.it can get depressing.but if you keep at it it will work out.i feel like about every five miles you walk you might find one.good luck.
 
What Ric said...I also check my cameras and can figure out when most have shed then it's go time.
I cover areas really good by grid searching sections of farms well and then hit the same areas again a few weeks later and usually find new ones or ones missed the first time around.
 

Spencie

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We went to clean up some downed trees in a food plot today. Tyler drove up on Ocho’s left side on the trail back and I looked up as I was cutting a log and saw the other shed in the brush. No clue who it belongs to.
Ocho taped out at 59 7/8. The other side has a G4 and he has a 17-18” spread. Should be right at 140.
The other shed is 58” even.
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Fletch

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Nice.... Gonna be April before I can go look for the sheds of the buck I was after....
 
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at1010

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We went to clean up some downed trees in a food plot today. Tyler drove up on Ocho’s left side on the trail back and I looked up as I was cutting a log and saw the other shed in the brush. No clue who it belongs to.
Ocho taped out at 59 7/8. The other side has a G4 and he has a 17-18” spread. Should be right at 140.
The other shed is 58” even. View attachment 121018View attachment 121019
Nice sheds!!

What Kubota is that?