Just screwing around in Wyoming and Montana after my brothers wedding.
We did get to do some other catch and release stuff while out with a fisheries biologist buddy from college. Seemed like we caught more trout than I've probably caught during the rest of my life combined.
experimenting with audio on these. The first video is that same big bull from the first set of photos above. Second video was back in late July, not this past weekend. Basically trying to learn how to cover up my loose tongue.
Thanks again for more great pictures. Even the ones you call your crappy ones are better than most of mine. It seems I have a much harder time finding game animals to put in the middle of most of mine.
Great bulls. My seasons only three weeks out now and big bull pictures are not helping me out at all. Another scouting trip planned for this Saturday in a much smaller piece of public land in an unlikely area, but I know they have been there in the past and it would be very unlikely to see another hunter there. I figure it's worth spending at least a half a day to see if there's any there now.
I learned this the hard way last year. If you're hunting in an area with lots of bear activity, it's a great idea to stash your food and water up in a tree. I like to wrap everything in a tarp and tie it between two trees. Don't just tie it up in one tree but tie it in between two trees at least 15 feet in the air. I thought I had my backpacking camp's food supply stashed pretty well last year. I returned to camp during the first weekend of archery to find all my food destroyed. Make sure...