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What do you do in the off-season?

Postby headsnsheds » Tue Mar 18, 2008 9:21 am

I shed hunt..here are a few we found the other day.
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Postby SJohnson » Tue Mar 18, 2008 9:32 am

Now that is Awesome... I've been shed hunting a few times, and only found one really good Whitetail Shed... But I think I've been going too early, I saw a 4 point over the weekend that still had both on his head... So myabe now or so is about the time to start looking verses 3 or 4weeks ago when I went out...

Congrats on some great sheds though... I'm hoping to find some like that on top of a Bull Elk come Sept!!!
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Postby -MAGNUM- » Fri Mar 21, 2008 7:46 pm

I go to school and fish.....
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Postby misarcher » Wed Apr 02, 2008 9:17 pm

In the off season, I"m busy with the kids....shoot when I can, and like to fish and camp. This summer is going to be packed with baseball since my son is playing for the first time this year.
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Postby mariandeer » Tue Oct 28, 2008 7:02 pm

I have never been shed hunting but sounds like fun...would love to do that one day!

Since I'm retired, my husband and I may travel to see family. I do take ballroom dancing and would go to the Senior Center to dance but that has all ended after 9 years. The lady that taught line dancing retired so that's that. :Crying or Very sad:

I'm also a caregiver for my husband since he is disabled and I do enjoy playing on my computer and most of all spending time with my grandchildren.

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