What do you guys do with your sheds?

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  1. Tmayer13

    Tmayer13 PMA Member

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    I'm sure just like most of you my antlers are just sitting in a tote not doing much of anything....I'm thinking that I'd like to display them as I have put some miles on to obtain them....so what's everyone doing with there antlers? How are you guys displaying them?

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    BDAHMS Be here Now

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    Most are in a tote. I have a few sets on display and had a custom lamp made with 8 antlers

    The ones in the tote are like a comfort blanket- happy just knowing they are there haha
     
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    I just have mine hanging from some twine. Might not work for you guys that have a lot of them.
     
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    I've started picking up duck hunting lanyards to hang some of my bigger sheds and matched sets. Just hang the lanyard from a screw in the corner of a room, and it adds some pretty cool wall decor and eliminates clutter from them laying around. The lanyards are also great to carry with you while shed hunting. Just slip the base in and carry it over your shoulder instead of tearing up a bag or trying to carry multiple sheds in your hands.
     
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    I built this to hang up some of my better singles. Board needed to be a little longer but its all I had. sorry pic isn't very good.

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    I made a board similar to that, spaced the sheds out a bit more, and use it to hang hunting clothes out in the guys garage. Pretty slick way to have all the camo, vests, etc. in 1 place without absorbing the scents in the house.

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    I'm working on some ideas but hoping to find a few more.

    If nothing else maybe I'll add them to the tag soup if I don't harvest a buck next year :D
     
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    When we know we ain’t gonna shoot the deer - time goes by.... give em to buddies & kids. My mom steals most ours for crafts now. & friends rattling horns.
     
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    After cleaning out a relatives estate, I decided I had too much stuff. Didn’t want to burden people with cleaning up after me. Sold the sheds and some racks at an auction, got over $700 out of them.

    Got another pile building now.


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