For some folks in the deer hunting world, the late winter and early spring is a time to kick back and relax. But not for us and I know that’s not the case for many of you as well. Shed hunting, scouting, acquiring new property or working on habitat projects, the list goes on and on. The life and work of the hardcore whitetail hunter evolves with the seasons, but never ends. So as we enter into April, a time of turkeys and food plots, we also wanted to look back on the last couple months and the good times had. The Wired To Hunt crew has been hard at work across Michigan and Ohio, searching for shed antlers, acquiring new property and scouting for next fall. So not to be selfish, we wanted to share our experiences with the Wired To Hunt Nation! Check out “Sheds, Deads and Scouting – Spring 2011” for a look back at our great times in the woods the past couple months.

Sheds, Deads and Scouting – Spring 2011 from Mark Kenyon on Vimeo.

For more pics and details about our shed hunting/scouting trip to Ohio, check out “A Great Start In SW Ohio