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    This is my 2010 Utah Bull took 13 years to draw the tag. 5x5 gross score 362 net 351. Broke both is front shoulders with the 1st shot and put the second one in the boiler room at 600. Probably the last Utah Elk tag I'll ever see!!
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    TICK
    TALL, WIDE and HANDSOME

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    Now that is a nice 5x5 woodtick, what unit did you have? I know how ya feel, I drew a Nebo tag after many years of putting in, missed a 340 bull at 15yds( I know how do you miss at 15yds!) ate tag soup and I know it will be many years till I draw again. Nice Bull thanks for sharing
    Shoot STR8

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    Love those whale tails !! Way to go.

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    Thought I'd never shoot a 5 point bull.........but if one like that stepped in front of me I'd be drawing my bow! Nice bull.
    BOHNTR )))----------->

    B&C / P&Y Official Measurer

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    It was a Meadowville Early Rifle tag.
    TICK
    TALL, WIDE and HANDSOME

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    Probably the coolest 5-by I've seen. Congrats.

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    Idaho bull

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    this is my biggest to date. 6x7 Idaho public land DIY

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ID:	842May not be everybodies idea of a trophy, but it was my first elk and that smile was pasted on my face for months.

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    Woodtick-- I was deer hunting near Panguitch this last year and saw a bull with big whale tails like that. Awsome animal.

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ID:	843Idaho Public Land DIY. I had chased this bull and his harem of cows for 2 weekends in a row back in 2005. On the final day of the archery season he made a mistake and me being in the right place at the right time made him pay. He scored 361 5/8" and was pictured in Ryan Hatfields book "IDAHO'S GREATEST ELK". He is def. my bull of a lifetime in this area. It is a very heavily pressured area of Idaho.
    "Shooting for the FUTURE"
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    Mossy Oak, Carbon Express, Parker Bows, Copper John, Montana Decoys and VPA Broadheads.

 

 

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