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    Quote Originally Posted by Timberstalker View Post
    2 elk a year average for 36 years, have you eaten anything but elk since 1981?
    I have known Buzz a long time, and had many a Forum and phone conversation. I know for a fact he gets a little variety with antelope and mule deer too...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottR View Post
    I have known Buzz a long time, and had many a Forum and phone conversation. I know for a fact he gets a little variety with antelope and mule deer too...


    He ain’t going hungry that’s for sure!

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    Flattops Colorado -2002 First Elk I ever fired an arrow at. She was huge and tougher than a boiled owl.

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    Lead cow probably. They can get pretty gnarly.
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    My first as well as my Fathers first are my profile picture. He had been to Colorado 3 times before and struck out all 3 times. I was 27 at the time and it was my first time out west and wow was I in for an awakening. I'll never forget sitting behind and watching Dad and our guide work their way up closer for shot in the wide open. He didn't go out along on the morning that I harvested mine. We had him fooled till we came riding into camp with 2 bulls on a pack string of about 15 horses. He was so overcome by emotion that I got one that he was in tears.

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    Nowhere to go but down...Click image for larger version. 

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    That?s a great bull!
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    This is my first and only elk, though I've bowhunted for them 4 times in 4 different states. It is really challenging to kill an elk with a bow when you're an easterner who only goes every few years.Click image for larger version. 

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    Live to hunt, hunt to live.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrimsonArrow View Post
    This is my first and only elk, though I've bowhunted for them 4 times in 4 different states. It is really challenging to kill an elk with a bow when you're an easterner who only goes every few years.Click image for larger version. 

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    it's pretty challenging , when your a westerner and live among em.
    that's why we do it!
    congrats on a great bull!
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    I got a spike w my bow when I was 13.. No pics in those days as we just did not take many.

    Wife's first bull taken in 2015 is below. Needless to say she was very excited to scout/pattern/ and to kill a bull of this caliber in Colorado a big high for sure. Her first big low was this year as she missed a bigger one after the same scout/pattern/ shot 30 min into first light 4 times. It was a 360"+ bull... First time the .257 bee has let us down.

    The gun got bumped in the backpack in or camp as it was shooting before the season then was 7" low and 3" right at 100 yds when we checked it at the range. Saw him after all the season so we will be back at him next year.


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