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Discussion in 'Elk Hunting' started by Labaherd, Oct 19, 2018.
Well I was able to get it done opening morning in Wyoming.
Congrats on a great bull. Connecting so early has got to feel good.
Nice. Where were you hunting at?
RFurman, where’s the story behind that stag kill?
He came out of the Big Park area.
Nice bull! Tell us a hunting story...
The hunt I went on was with Non Typical Outfitters. We hunted out of their Big Park camp. The area they took me into was steep but there was a lot of open country. We saw 9 bulls before 8 am. We set up at a glassing point. We had 2 groups of cows and bulls come out but we could still hear the bull I killed in the timber. He finally came out and got to where I could shoot. 535 yards. I hurt him with the first round, 2 round dropped him like a rock. (so we thought) He got back up and walked down hill toward some aspens. 3 more rounds sent over him. Finally my guide settled me down got me on a solid rest. I sent round 6 at 646 yards and down he went. I shoot 180 grain Bergers out of a 7mm.
Congrats, great bull!
Nice. Got the job done. Sometimes, to break up the monotony of the same old bedtime stories, I read my boys hunting stories and articles from on here so they have something to ponder before they fall asleep.
Very nice! Congrats , nice looking bull!
All that practice you put in didn't go to waste.....i hate one shot kills on elk...makes it seem to easy.....you got extra bonus shooting....thats awesome....congrats
Congratulations on a very nice bull. They can be one tough critter. Nice job. Thanks for sharing.