That's a great idea. I tried to post some other photos on this fourum but it wouldn't let me. I'm not on other fourums as of yet. This one seemed like the best one or would you recommend another one?
BGH is by far my favorite and this is where I share the most. I belong to quite a few, but I feel the most comfortable here, and several other sites are hard just because they already have there own clicks.
As far as posting pics, I use photobucket. You have to use the direct link and click on the little tree looking icon at the top of the comment box in the middle.
I don't understand keeping sheds? What do you do with them? You can't claim you shot the animals.
I don't hunt for sheds. Hell, I don't even keep my own antlers, but if I did. I'd sure sell them.
I know you are old school, and like my dad and uncles, could care less about the antlers. My dad gave away and threw away more big buck antlers back in the late 60's and early 70's than I would care to know about.
As for myself I truly get a kick out of each and everyone that I find. Big or small they all have a story and some great memories to go along with them. Some I got see my kids find there first one or one of my buddies that have never shed hunted before. They all put a smile on my face and have a place in my heart.
I also have almost every set of antlers that I have taken throughout my life (except for a few that were stolen). They all have a story and memory to go along with them and put a smile on my face everytime I look at them.
I do enjoy eating all of the critters also. I have killed many does and cows (in my middle of the road) lifetime.
Quinton, it looks like you've got a great spot located. Finding that many sheds seems to indicate there are both elk and a lack of other hunters in your spot. Looking forward to see how your hunt goes!
What do you do with those empty nylon feed bags or dog & cat food bags? Can you say recycle? I use them for target practice for the youngsters. Take your empty shopping bags, stuff them into an empty nylon feed bag. You can also use old clothing or rags, (but put them in the bottom so it doesnt get top heavy). When your bag is full, fold the top over, punch some holes into the top and zip tie the top shut. Paint, draw, paste, or have the kids decorate their new target. Set it out 10 or 20...