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    I got that same message!

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    Sounds like my kind of day 307wapiti, cant say ive had a scouting trip like that in Idaho yet, but I remember days similar to yours when I lived in Utah. Hopefully after 2011 wolf season, idaho may get back a few more wapiti numbers...

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    Let's try this dance again.

    http://s1194.photobucket.com/albums/...20July%202011/

    Hopefully this works better.
    See to it that no one takes you captive through philosophy and empty deception, according to the tradition of men, according to the elementary principles of the world, rather than according to Christ. ~Colossians 2:8~

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    Very nice! That one is a big bull with a lot of growin' time left!

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    Wowser. What I would give.....

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    that's way sweet!! Where at did you see them?

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    Thanks Bitteroot. I was reading that an elks antlers can grow anywhere from 1/2" to 1-1/2" A DAY depending on the feed. Been pretty excited about that as this has been the wettest year I've ever seen living in Wyoming. Should make for some pretty good grazing.

    Yeah Hoochiemama, it was certainly a good time. That's probably the earliest I've ever woke up to go do anything in my life. Earlier than the hunting itself even! Worth it though to see that many elk.

    Jen, I drew an Area 22 tag which is the Ferris Mountains just East of Muddy Gap Junction. It's historically a 10% odds tag and I must be livin' right cuz I drew it in back to back years. Hopefully I'll have some pictures of a big bull down come the end of September to share.
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    Great pics Wapiti..Your right, the abundance of moisture is making for some stellar antler growth. If there was a year to get a 370+ bull this is it. Only problem is I dont know if I could pass a 360...lol. Its gonna be a special year for sure!

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    307Wapiti- That's way awesome! I antelope hunt basically at the base of the Ferris Mountains. I've heard there are some pretty good bulls there. Cant wait to see pictures!!

    And I agree, this year is going to be a great one to have an elk tag in Wyoming.

    Elkcrazedfrk- You go ahead and take the 360.. I'll take the 370+.. I already passed on a 360 once in 38.. oops.

 

 

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