snowshoe the deer trails. the deer will stay on the beaten trails in the snow and when the antlers drop they should be right there. problem is they can be under the snow. a friend of mine snowshoed in an area he knows and found a set. the other problem is, a problem he found, even though they have only been on the ground a short time the squirrels, mice, and chipmunks, had already started eating them. its rare to find them here without chew marks....heck its rare period.