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Like your home, your new storage or recreational building will require occasional maintenance to insure many years of use and enjoyment. In addition to re-painting your building as needed, you must perform other maintenance. Keep all grass and other vegetation trimmed around the entire perimeter of the shed. Do not mound soil or mulch against the siding. Do not stack anything against the exterior of your building, such as firewood, for any period of time.

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In order to have the most success, it is important to shed hunt smart. This means maximizing the amount of time you are in high percentage areas and spending the least amount of time as possible in low percentage areas. Shed hunting is very much a numbers game. The more time you put yourself in the high percentage areas the better your chances will be of finding sheds.

These areas include food sources, late-season bedding, and travel corridors between these two areas. Late season food sources and bedding areas are explained in greater detail below. Focus on where deer are spending the most time. One area deer spend a disproportionate amount of time in is feeding areas. The late-season is energetically expensive for whitetails, especially in Maine because of the harsh winters.

This means deer will be feeding very heavily during this time of year. Finding food sources are being used during the late season will greatly increase your odds of finding sheds. Late season bedding areas are another great place to find sheds. In an attempt to reduce energy expenditure at this time bucks are looking to keep as warm as possible. Bedding areas that provide good thermal cover are great places for bucks to bed during the frigid Mini Shed Little Free Library Mp3 winter months. By focusing your efforts in late season bedding areas your odds of finding shed will be much higher than aimlessly walking through the woods hoping to stumble upon a shed with no plan.

Areas between bedding and feeding areas also provide potential to hold sheds. Once you have determined the bedding and feeding areas search the area in-between where deer are traveling. There is a good chance a buck could have knocked an antler off in his travels between the two destination areas.

Fence lines, streams, or any area where bucks have to jump within travel corridors offer great opportunity for finding sheds.

The force of jumping increases the likelihood that an antler may be knocked off. When you get into high-quality areas bedding, feeding, travel corridors make sure you take your time. It is really easy to miss sheds. These areas provide your best chance for finding them, so go slow and double-check every stick to make sure it is not a piece of an antler.

Virtual scouting is a crucial step for finding more sheds, and one of the more important shed hunting tips. Using aerial imagery you can often determine bedding areas, feeding areas, and travel corridors. You can do this without even getting off the couch!

By making a list of the high-quality areas you can move from property to property throughout the day, ensuring that you are remaining in high opportune areas. Virtual scouting will save you a lot of time and energy. Google Earth and Google Maps are my favorite tools for virtual scouting. Do you spend a lot of time thoroughly searching a single property or two?

Then this shed hunting tip may benefit you more than any other. Once you have scouted the high-quality areas of a property, leave and scout a new property. This will maximize the time you spend in high percentage areas, which will overall increase shed hunting success. A GPS is a great tool for finding more sheds. I like to use a GPS app on my phone.

When you begin shed hunting start tracking your path. Every now and then glance at your GPS to see where you have gone. Being able to see where you have gone will allow you to ensure that you are not looking in areas you have already covered.

Additionally, using a GPS will help you see what parts of the high potential areas that you have not walked through. This way you can go back through the areas you have missed, putting you back in high potential areas which boosts your odds of finding sheds. Deer, in general, are habitual creatures and tend to use the same areas at the same time each year. By marking the locations of the sheds you will start to develop a database of areas of where you have found sheds. This information can be used to improve future shed hunting excursions.

Often when bucks lose one antler the other is not far away. For this reason, they will try to knock the other anter off. Spend time looking in the areas where you found the first shed.

There is a good chance you will find a matching set! Surveyor flagging is a very bright-colored ribbon. This ribbon can be used to flag trees over sheds that you have found.

The reason to flag sheds is because, as mentioned above, many times bucks lose their second antler not far from their first. For this reason, it can be helpful to place bright colored flagging over the area where you found the first shed.

When searching for the second shed it is easy to forget the exact location where you found the first. Flagging will make it so you can easily go back and refer exactly where you found the first shed.

Being able to refer back to where you found the first shed will allow you to make another game plan for searching the area for the second shed. Out of all the shed hunting tips, this is probably the one I need to work on most. When shed hunting it is best to forget about scouting. This is still really difficult for me to do. I end up needing to retrain myself every year to look for sheds only. If your sole reason for shed hunting is to find sheds, scouting will be counterproductive.

Shed hunting requires your full attention. By keeping your eyes and mind focused on sheds you will have the most success. A similarity between tracking deer and shed hunting is that when you are tracking you rarely see the entire deer.

The same can be said for shed hunting. Instead of looking for an entire shed, look for parts of sheds. It could be buried under mud or snow with just the tines sticking up. Dogs are very effective for finding sheds. Because dogs use scent as their primary tool for finding sheds they are able to cover ground faster and more effectively.

South sides of ridges get the most sunlight. For this reason, bucks like to bask in the rays during the cold months to warm up. Bucks also like to bed under small evergreen trees for thermal protection on these south-facing ridges for additional warmth and protection. Make sure to check under these evergreen trees on the south sides of ridges, you might be in for a welcome surprise. Additionally, south-facing ridges are the first to melt. Less snow means sheds will be less buried offering better opportunity.

Binoculars are a useful tool for scanning fields and for confirming a visual on a potential shed in the distance.

This saves you from walking up to every bleached stick or rock. Binoculars are also nice just to have to observe deer if you bump any, and for observing wildlife in general. The glare from snow during sunny late winter or spring days can make finding sheds difficult and can give you a headache. Safety sunglasses reduce glare, making shed hunting easier and more enjoyable.

I prefer polarized sunglasses to really help cut down on the glare. Additionally, bucks often drop their sheds in thick bedding areas such as swamps. You can get them pretty cheap on Amazon.

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