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Moose shed
Topic Started: Dec 23 2017, 08:43 AM (412 Views)
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She'd we found in the last 2 years
Edited by callaway dan, Dec 23 2017, 08:44 AM.
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When I was down in Texas a few years ago . There was a market for crafts and there was a couple of guys making Indian arrow heads. You know chipping the stones or flints , and all wanted Moose antlers. They said that the antler was the best tool to use for chipping away with.
So there is a market for them.
Amherstburg Ontario Deer ,Bear, Moose, Turkey, and Coyotes.

Hunting, ice fishing, hunting, woodcarving, did I mention, hunting.
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WOW. That's an impressive haul.
I don't always chase tail, but when I do; its whitetail. Stay camo my friends.
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One year I was in Atikokan and a guy in craft store was selling single moose shed antlers nailed to a piece of driftwood for $450 . A buddy in New Mexico every spring would search for matching elk sheds and he could sell some of the big ones for 600 bucks !
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yeah theres an artist in nfld who makes art out of moose antlers.one of my friends wife knew him and he gave her a piece.he pearled the whole antler and carved it.it was very well done.hes a native artist cant remember his name.she called him junior if i remember correctly.
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