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painted horse, the middle bull just before the last appears to have 3 main beems. Is this true? Nice pics and great bulls.

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We got 8" of snow Monday above 8000 foot. So you may at 9400. Depends on the weather pattern that week.

Yes that bull had a 3rd beam. His points on the normal beam were a little weak, but who cares when you get a chance at a freak like that. He scored 384

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may as well keep this one going a while longer.


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Excellent guys, really damn motivating pics. Keep em coming! Painted horse those are some incredible bulls!

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Here are some pics from the two places I will be hunting this year:

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Damn great looking country! Seeing those pics I'd rather be hunting too.

Cheers

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SoCokHntr, Those are all Public land bulls.

Rather b. I'm curious what part of the state your pictures are in. I didn't know there were any Open Bull tags in the pinons and cedars. Or did you use a management tag for that bull.

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I hunt these bulls at 6000 - 7000 feet on the south slope of the Uintas which of course is an any bull area. It's funny cause where I park the truck I see dozens of hunters pass by me on the dirt road looking at me and almost chuckling as they head for higher country. That's ok they can laugh.....I'm fine with my hunting territory. The first two pics are from Elk Ridge which are of course and limited entry unit for which I have a cow tag this year.

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GREAT photos! The only problem is........I have to wait a year until my elk hunt and these pictures are getting my all fired up. It's going to be a very LOOOOOONG year eye roll

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here's some,... Dang it, they loaded up backwards. Oops!

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