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    Quote Originally Posted by elk*hunter View Post
    Sounds like a good life to me...hunting for something all year long. Remember the early bird gets the worm, or shed in this case!
    That is true.. When you find them in the earlier months, they are usually the big bulls. I guess maybe I worded that wrong... It's no wonder I have no friends. Haha that's better

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    Thanks guys, I'm looking forward to getting the family out. My wife loves looking for arrowheads and I think I have the perfect spot where we can kinda do both.

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    I saw an hunting article a while back on using a dog for shed hunting. It sounds like a good way to go as their sniffer can find things our eyes can't see. It kind of reminded me of bird hunting but instead of birds using dogs to find antlers. Anyway the below site, "Antler Dogs" seemed like a good idea to me.

    http://www.antlerdogs.com/

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    I own one of these dogs bought from Roger, Sharon and Amy this past summer. Remington is a great dog and I can't wait to get her in the field next week!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RayleighsDad View Post
    I own one of these dogs bought from Roger, Sharon and Amy this past summer. Remington is a great dog and I can't wait to get her in the field next week!
    Very cool, let us know how you do. Did you get any of the training videos? If so, how did you like them?

 

 

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