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Monster Shed Antler found at The Grigsby.

by Todd Graf 30. March 2009 17:02
Todd Graf1st Annual Shed Hunt At The Grigsby. The event was a big success! Shed hunters enjoyed a fun-filled weekend of shed hunting, great food, and most importantly enjoyed quality time in the outdoors with family and friends.

Grigsby Outdoors would like to congratulate the winners of the Shed Contest. Kassidy Okray, age 14, from Wisconsin took first place for the impressive shed that scored over 110 inches.

This massive shed that Kassidy found will place her in the hot seat during the 2009 whitetail hunting season at The Grigsby.  Ryan Barth, age 11, from Wisconsin took second place which entitles him to a 2010 shed hunt with Grigsby Outdoors.  Travis Hooverson, from Wisconsin, took third place.

Wow, what a monster shed!

To learn more about The Grigsby check out their new website created by the Rhino Group.

The Grigbsy is devoted to offering high quality, low impact outdoor recreational experiences. 2008 marked our inception into the outdoor industry with our key property The Grigsby. They currently offer trophy whitetail, turkey and upland game hunts. Grigsby Outdoors is dedicated to high quality and exceptional service which is evident through our wildlife and habitat management strategies and our knowledgeable and professional staff.

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