Went and checked out a ridge top that had a lot of deer sign last hunting season. It took me a couple hours to get up top and I was seeing deer sign everywhere. I found a matched pair from a yearling on the side hill on my way up, about ten feet apart. I started at the south end of the ridge and when I was 60 yards from the end of the ridge I saw tines sticking up, walked over there and both sides were laying right there! I could tell he?s bedded there before and it?s a textbook bedding spot for a buck, on the end of the ridge where he can look down in three directions, right under a 6? hemlock with low branches. I?m guessing they fell in early January, they?re chewed pretty good already, but definitely this years sheds. It looks like it had a 9th point on the side that?s chewed the most, bases are 4.25?.