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    A Couple Muleys in their beds

    This guy was a ways off, pic was through the spotting scope. It would be fun to make a bow stalk on him.



    This picture was taken from about 400 yards away through the spotting scope. He was a tall boy!

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    I would stick that with a bow, thats for sure

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    animals have a way of disappearing into the landscape. looks like a comfortable bed with a great view.

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    It's crazy how comfortable a deer looks bedded down on the side of a steep mountain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twp1224 View Post
    It's crazy how comfortable a deer looks bedded down on the side of a steep mountain.
    This reminded me of a bowseason alpine MT mulie I snapped a photo of a couple years ago.

    Here he is:



    Sorry about the pic, I was just learning about digiscoping ...

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    Great pictures, It's pretty cool to come accross Muleys in their bed.
    Brian
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    That looks like a dandy buck there bitterroot

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    Quote Originally Posted by clark33 View Post
    That looks like a dandy buck there bitterroot
    Yeah, that was in a general OTC unit, too. They are out there.

 

 

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