Big Onondaga Co. Sheds
I picked up a beauty of a shed on "April Fools Day" a couple weeks ago. Several hours of searching for the match were fruitless. Not being ready to give up, I had studied the Google satellite images trying to figure where he might have gone after dropping the first side or where he might have come from. There was an interesting little patch of brush of 4 or 5 acres nearby which he could have easily walked to or come from without really exposing himself. Surrounded by homes and some commercial buildings. Just a little pocket. I threw my boots in the car and decided to check it on the way home on Friday the 13th. Almost unbelievably, I had only gone about 75 yards into this little patch and there was the match--setting right in the open really.
Left side grosses around 78" and the right side close to 73", so right around 150 gross inches of bone with no spread. Not my highest scoring set but a real beauty and a great way to finish up what was a difficult shed season.
This is an Onondaga Co deer.
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