There are two primary conditions you’ll be shed hunting in. And that’s either with snow or no snow. There are some pretty stark differences between the two. When shed hunting in the snow, you can easily identify the deer trails, bedding and where they’re feeding. You can stick to the trails quite easy. When there’s no snow, winter sign can be hard to see, and you may have to cover more area to find sheds. The more snow on the ground, the more concentrated deer are. Lastly, when there’s no snow on the ground, it can actually harder to spot sheds because they blend in so well compared to when there’s snow. But, when there’s snow, the snow could be covering up a lot of sheds and they won’t become visible until the snow melts.
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