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elk sheds

Discussion in 'Northwest Hunting' started by gunfreak, Feb 2, 2012.

  1. gunfreak

    gunfreak Boise Well-Known Member

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  2. andrsn7088

    andrsn7088 Gaston New Member

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    Nice! Time to get out looking.....
     
  3. nwwoodsman

    nwwoodsman Vernonia Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter 2015 Volunteer

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    Very cool!Now I almost plowed into a raghorn on my way home from work last night, obviously horns still attatched. Guess I'm still waiting for them to drop around here
     
  4. Mutt

    Mutt Washington, Kitsap County Member

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    What's he want for them??
     
  5. gunfreak

    gunfreak Boise Well-Known Member

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    Oh no, he collects stuff like that.
     
  6. Mutt

    Mutt Washington, Kitsap County Member

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    I'm a flintknapper (I make arrowheads for stone and glass). I use them for knapping and I also use them to haft knapped knife blades. I take sheds of all kinds.
     
  7. nwwoodsman

    nwwoodsman Vernonia Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter 2015 Volunteer

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    I gonna take a guess and say these were last years sheds? I've seen two bulls in the last two weeks. One was a spike and today I snuck up on a 5 point. I'm really getting the itch to go shed hunting but I'm thinking it's still a little too soon to be very productive