love shed hunting so much i will go anywhere to pick one up. my friends and family think im nuts. i was with my cousin in colorado one time elk hunting .well, i spotted an elk shed across a canyon while glassing .hunting was slow, so i told my cousin to stay there and i was going to hike over and get the shed hopefully spoking something out of the canyon below, giving him a shot.so about half hour later i got to where i though the shed was,couldnt find it so i put an extra hunting vest in a tree for a marker,hiked all the way back to find i was two feet away the whole time.so low and behold, i hiked my ass all the way back to get a little 5 point elk shed .but it was a story and a trophy by my standards.There are, but hey live in the deepest, nastiest canyons. Most guys can't or won't go in after them.
They're very hard to come by in D14, I just go on really long hikes were most won't go. I've only found 2 sheads in D14 over the last 7 years. The other one I found was a small fork over in the silverwood area. I think the coyotes and bear eat them after they get dropped, they can smell sheds from a long ways away.Where did you find that? I'm trying to find sheds in D-14.
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