A pair of whitetail deer antlers found last week by Jay Miller near Excelsior, Minnesota have been confirmed as the largest sheds ever found in Minnesota. The Duluth News Tribune  has the complete story.
The right antler scored 91 3/8 and the left scored 89 5/8, according to the panel of official measurers. The net score of the set is 175 0/8, and that, of course, is without an inside-spread measurement.
Tom Miller of the North American Shed Hunters Club in Lyndon Station, Wis., confirmed that the set of sheds is now the top-ranked set in Minnesota and also is the sixth-ranked set in the world. The North American Shed Hunters Club is the official record-keeping body for shed antlers.