- n. Plural form of antler.
“Professor Ian Stewart, Warwick University maths professor and occasional Telegraph contributor, points out: Reindeer have a curious arrangement of gadgetry on top of their heads which we call antlers and naively assume exist for the males to do battle and to win females.”
“First, finding antlers is just plain fun, with the added lure that shed hunting is primo when a lot of other pursuits are, well, not so primo.”
“One thing I would ad though is that the find should be doubled if you just remove the head or antlers from the deer and leave the rest lay.”
“Any branched antler bull with tiny branched antlers is considered a raghorn.”
“So it remains to be seen if the O'Brien buck will top a famous set of antlers from a deer killed 47 years ago in Hall County by bowhunter Del Austin of Hastings.”
“If you go to my profile (click my username) and look at photos there is a pic of a Kansas game warden holding a set of B&C whitetail antlers from a buck shot at night with a $2,000 nightscope on a BAR.”
“There will always be the group that has to straddle the line between legal and illegal and there will always be the guy that "huntcamp" points out that will cut the antlers from a deer and walk away.”
“Hey Del, I don't know if I'm just plumb lucky or what, but the bucks come to my rattlin 'antlers like magic.”
“Yeah del you are right, shedding antlers is an individual thing, there is no hard and fast rule, some drop them as early as December, others as late as March.”
“Finally, large antlers is not the endstate of QDM, point restrictions, and earn a buck programs.”
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