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    Quote Originally Posted by RUTTIN View Post
    I remember reading in bugle magazine a long time ago about a fellow that arrowed a spike bull one year and never found him, 7 years later he shot a mature herd bull in the same area and you guessed it, had his arrow in the shoulder from 7 years earlier. How cool would that be to finally put an end to wondering what happened to the bull.
    That would be a heck of a story to tell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ivorytip View Post
    and big moose... a 30 cal in base of skull???? holly crap! thats impressive.
    Yes it is! We thought about it at the time and all we could come up with was that maybe he was shot at a long distance. I'm sure it dropped him, but by the time the hunter got over there he was up and gone? I don't know...just guessing. He was 9 1/2 miles back in the Madison Range and it took us 2 days to get him out with horses.

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    It amazes me how tough animals are. While not an elk, I shot a whitetail doe a few years back. After taking out the backstraps and cleaning them up, I found a .22 bullet laying in the fat, it had barely punched through the hide. Certainly not a mortal wound, but if someone shot you or me with a .22, chances are good that it would go clean through us, and for the deer... It might as well have been poked with a thorn.
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    Dang guys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RUTTIN View Post
    I remember reading in bugle magazine a long time ago about a fellow that arrowed a spike bull one year and never found him, 7 years later he shot a mature herd bull in the same area and you guessed it, had his arrow in the shoulder from 7 years earlier. How cool would that be to finally put an end to wondering what happened to the bull.
    I'm with IKIC that would be a story I would love to hear!
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    them are some crazy stories guys, I guess my closest to matching it i got is when i killed my biggest whitetail. I had him at 9 yards straight down from my bow stand walking away it was the only shot i had my arrow hit a rib dead center and only went in a couple of inches it was headed straight for the boiler room. A month later in rifle season i seen a mature looking deer standing in a group of trees at 70 yards half a mile from my bow stand i took the only shot i had(the white patch in the neck) he dropped in his tracks i walked over to what i figured to be a decent deer and seen it was the 164in 10 pt that had been shot in one of his ribs with a arrow i . It took me about 30 minutes to believe my eyes. That deer made me plum sick for a month!!

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    sick? bad meat?

 

 

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