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Any Bull Boulder Mountains Utah

Hey guys I just drew my any bull tag for the boulders and I dont know the area that well Ive done some scouting up around Jacobs Resevore and didnt see any thing but some rubs so if any of you have any advice on where to hunt in that area it would be much appreciated if you could share it with me. 

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Are you a local or from out

Are you a local or from out of state and did you draw the early or late hunt? Also how well do you know the area, and are you able to get into the area to scout a couple of weekends? I have a spot that a couple of years ago we ran into nice 7x7 bull and his herd but it isn't in a likely area. There are some that go into this area for the spike bull hunt but I don't know if it is hunted too hard during the regular hunt. The same area we had a 6x6 and a 6x5 running around the flats and through a pond while we were trying to hunt antelope. The year that we saw that big bull the hunt was on and all the hunters were hunting elsewhere.

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I am a local

It is an archery hunt but I wont be up there hunting until labor day weekend when they are starting to rut. So if you were seeing those bulls while hunting antelope they must have been pretty low and just out side of bicknell

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Actually the bulls that went

Actually the bulls that went across the pond were at Pollywog Lake. We first saw them on the ridge to the north of the pond. The larger bull was in a clearing to the north west of Pollywog Lake just off the the ridge that that drops down to the the west. There is actually a ATV trail just off from where they were located at that drops down and over to the road out of Antimony that goes up to the top of the hill. This area is 99% quakies and the elk love it.

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