The 2018 Elk picture Thread

tim

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A first for me with this bull was: After I shot and I was climbing the clearcut to where the bull was, I ran into a hunter, he helped me find my bull. It was a boom flop situation. After that hunter left, 1 minute later another hunter walks up to me and proceeds to watch me and talk to me the entire time I broke my bull down. I never even got a chance to do my happy dance with this bull!
 

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highplainsdrifter

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A first for me with this bull was: After I shot and I was climbing the clearcut to where the bull was, I ran into a hunter, he helped me find my bull. It was a boom flop situation. After that hunter left, 1 minute later another hunter walks up to me and proceeds to watch me and talk to me the entire time I broke my bull down. I never even got a chance to do my happy dance with this bull!
Should have done your happy dance anyway. They probably didn't have the authority to have you committed.
 

ScottR

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Atlantic City, nice! I have spent a lot of time in those barren lands looking at elk run across dunes and sage.
 

jjenness

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Wow. Incredible bull in every aspect! Do i see triple fronts on the left.. 6x7? Amazing length on the thirds and just an absolute giant. Congrats!!

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Ya he has triple left front. Pretty neat bull, fingers crossed that maybe it might make the magazine one day.
 

tttoadman

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ID OTC rifle tag. He is the little one. My Brother was able to run down the 6x7 this guy was arguing with and get him a half hour later. The "7" he is claiming is a bit of a stretch, but he really worked hard for it so we will give it to him.:D No field pic because he is too lazy to carry a tripod for photos. We bagged and packed all night to get meat to the trail. The closest thing to a pack photo is the horse train packing out for us. It was nice on the old bones and sore feat.


 
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