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    Show ur trophy bulls, and a litle info.

    This is my best archery bull to date. Taken in the Big Horn mountains. I snuck up on him while he was thrashing in his wallow. Managed to get by a good 5x5 and 20+ cows. Once I was able to cool my nerves, I made a great 30 yard shot. bull ran right at me, spun left 5 yards away and I watched him fall. Best hunt of my life. Bull has super good mass and great tops with 22 and 23 inch forths. Scores 352. Lets see some of yours.

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    I guess it would only be right to add that this was a DYI public land hunt.

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    Awesome animal thanks for sharing the picture. I put in for big horn archery tag didn't get it again this year but always next year!

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    Best bull yet. Called him into 5 yards back in 2007 and shot him. He ran about 50 yards before piling up. Just a nice North Idaho bull!
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    Nice bull ! Thanks for sharing,

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    This is my bull that was featured last fall in EHJ. Best hunt I have ever been on.
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    These are some awesome bulls, Congrats to all!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HUNT View Post
    This is my bull that was featured last fall in EHJ. Best hunt I have ever been on.
    What state did you take your bull in and where the heck is packard?

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    Last edited by Elkoholic307; 03-02-2011 at 04:36 PM. Reason: made picture bigger
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    I killed my first bull last year. I'll never forget the 4 hour and 45 minute stalk, getting above the elk and looking under a rock through a hole and being able to see the herd move up to my shooting lane, the grueling hike out that night with a hind quarter strapped to my back and the enjoyable pain, not to mention being able to share the hunt with my father and a great friend and his son, who also shot a cow after I got the herd bull on the ground.



    He broke off more than half of his left antler, but who cares!!!

    The happy crew the next day after both elk were packed out. The elk were up high over our right shoulders.



    One of my favorite pictures, success!!!


 

 

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