The scouting appears to be nearly as rewarding as the hunt it going to be - enjoy it all.
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Mon, 2010-07-05 07:54#12
Verycool pics. I think that
Very cool pics. I think that non-typical would be on my hit list.
Mon, 2010-07-05 08:16#13
I've always liked the
I've always liked the nontypical deer and elk antlers. It gives them some carater and are always interesting to try and figure out why they are that way. Great pictures
Mon, 2010-07-05 10:35#14
unit 21 early rifle
I would be happy to shoot anyone of those bulls:-) Thanks for sharing the pictures and hope your son ends up getting a big one!!!
Tue, 2010-07-06 19:26#15
I think he finally realizes how special this tag is. 15 years old, and to get this tag its amazing. Good planning from our end, or just pure luck. I posted a couple of more pictures. Some of the pictures are terrible, but one of the Bulls rubbed mud all over the camera.
Mon, 2010-07-05 17:36#17
Nice looking animals. Good
Nice looking animals. Good luck on getting your tag on one of them.
Wed, 2010-07-07 09:25#18
Unti 21 Early Rifle Elk Tag
Congratulations to him/you on the draw. I've hunted Antelope in that unit several times, but never Elk so I'm no help to you there. From the pictures, you look in fine shape though, LOL.
I'm going to 5A in October myself for Bull this year, then again with a freind to the same location in November to help him. Can't wait.
Good luck to you guys.
Wed, 2010-07-07 19:48#19
Really? You have a tag in 5A. Thats were I took a small Bull 2 years ago. And my bud took a nice 6x6 also. Would love to share stories and ideas with you. I spent most of time in the Leonards points area. There was alot of shooting going on. I wanted to hunt the Red Hill area, but it was overloaded with road hunters. I saw some awesome bulls pre-scouting in R.H. area.