HERE ARE SOME PIC OF SOME OF UTAH'S BULLS 2009 SCOUTING. THESE WERE WITH A TREE CAM. I HAVE NOT BEEN ABLE TO FIND NEAR THE QUALITY OF LAST YEAR BUT OH WELL ITS FUN. ANYONE SEEN SOME GOOD BULLS THIS YEAR.
wow the last pic is a nice bull looks like a low 300 bull but i could not see the length but did look fairly hevi if you dont mind me askin what unit you huntin
THE BULL IN LAST PIC WAS SHOT WONDERING IF ANY ONE CAN COME CLOSE TO HIS SCORE. I WAS OFF ON WHAT I THOUGHT IT WAS WHEN I SEE 10 GUESS'S I WILL POST HIS SCORE I WAS OFF 27 POINTS WHEN I GOT THE TREE CAM PIC
The problem is you can't see that bulls 4th's, 5th's and 6th's very well. My first guess was 310 but you're saying that's obviously not right. It could be as high 330 if the length was there that we can't see. His 1st, 2nds, and 3rds aren't too bad. Width and main beam length look weak though and why I would guess low 300's.
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