Oh, the excitement that deer season brings with it each and every year, isn’t it great? Peter Fiduccia of Woods N’ Water Press knows it all too well, and do you know how he keeps that thrill and anticipation running all year long? Shed hunting.Shed hunting dates back to our earliest ancestors. Cavemen collected antler bones not only to make tools, but also to carve the antlers into jewelry, charms, and trinkets. Native Americans used shed antlers to scrape hides, cooking tools, and for axe and knife handles. Today antlers still hold a special allure as collectibles for people.Understandably, most hunters want to collect them while they are still attached to the buck’s head, but finding a buc...Read More