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Got my 2012 Bull Back

 
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Old 05-01-2013, 10:11 AM
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Re: Got my 2012 Bull Back

Jeff, with that bull hung where it is... you may need a bigger TV



Good looking critter right there, thanks for sharing.


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Old 05-15-2013, 10:22 AM
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Re: Got my 2012 Bull Back

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He is not that big, but a darn good bull for the area I was hunting. We rough scored him at the Taxidermist in the 340's. He is missing about 6" off his left 4. But his 3's were weak and held him back. I have had him in the scope at 1000 yards and had him pegged using the reticle at 4' wide. That worked out to be correct. He is 48" inside at his widest point. I figured at 54 yrs. old I better mount this one. Not sure I will get a chance at a larger bull. But I will be looking and praying to draw a special unit tag while I can still get to them.

Jeff
Looks Great! Personally I like it when a bull has some broken tines and scars... he was a fighter for sure, and you can just sit and imagine all the battles he won to keep his herd.
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Old 05-16-2013, 08:55 AM
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Re: Got my 2012 Bull Back

A very lovely and beautiful bull. The mount is perfect.

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Extreme says...I find that all the pain I have physically and mentally go away when I,am in the mountains
At 68 I feel the same way, most of my problems go away when I am in the mountains.
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