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Salmo_g

Well-Known Member
#4
Archery hunting in such open terrain must be wheel bow shooting. Seems like it would take a miracle to get within stick bow range.

Good luck!
 

b_illymac

Member Active
#6
Day 2 and 3-
Lots of hiking. Over 10 miles a day. Yesterday I saw a great drop tine muley buck and put myself in good position right where he was headed but he didnt come within 100 yards. Today I saw two small but legal mule deer bucks and a small whitetail buck. I'm seeing well over 50 does a day so I think I'll start seeing more bucks. Some pictures:

Breakfast of champions. Left over turkey:D
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Probably a decent buck this year.
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Next years buck.
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Love this country.
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Refuel.
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11 more days to get it done. Tommorrow I'm going to do a difficult hike to get up high and glass. Cover less ground and move slower. This open country is tuff!
 
#7
Git’r Done Billy! Keep us posted on how things are going. I’ll be breaking out the bow tomorrow for some local late season archery for a mighty wapiti. I love that area you are hunting. It’s absolutely gorgeous and so relaxing to be out there.
 

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