Join legions of shed hunters across the U.S. in #ShedRally
Each year, thousands of Minnesotans enter rural fields and timber looking for antlers shed by white-tailed deer. For years, their findings could only be shared with a few friends. Thanks to social media, the time has come for that to change. Now it’s time for America to shed hunt together.
On March 1, Whitetail Properties Real Estate and several of the most respected brands in the outdoor industry are calling on all hunters to participate in the first-ever #ShedRally – the world’s largest shed hunt.
What is #ShedRally? It’s anyone and everyone getting outside on March 1, hunting for shed antlers and uploading photos to Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and using the hashtag, #ShedRally.
The benefits of shed hunting are endless. Shed hunting is an awesome way to learn the land, how bucks use a hunting property and what bucks survived hunting season and winter. It’s a great way for family and friends to exercise and enjoy a few hours outside. Shed hunting also is the perfect time to teach young hunters about deer sign and scout for the fall.
On top of all the benefits, Whitetail Properties will judge all photos uploaded that use the #ShedRally hashtag and pick the most original and creative users to win prizes from Realtree, Scent-Lok, Tenzing and more.
For more information about the #ShedRally, visit Facebook.com/WhitetailProperties.
Local Whitetail Properties Land Specialist Bob Stalberger plans on participating and wants residents of southeastern Minnesota to mark their calendars too.
“Whitetail Properties wants to make history by organizing the largest shed hunt ever, and I want Minnesota and the quality whitetails of our state to be well represented,” Stalberger said. “If anyone in the area is interested in getting started shed hunting or wants to get together to shed hunt during the #ShedRally, contact me and we’ll go.”
To learn more about Whitetail Properties or to contact southeastern Minnesota land specialist Bob Stalberger, visit WhitetailProperties.com and visit Stalberger’s agent page.