Yes baby! Yes! Dude, that was sweet! Crushed it. Another one! Wait for a clear shot. Where is he?
Tree, just two feet to the left from the other one. We are sitting over here on this ridge
waiting for bulls to start bugling, we walk back down. We’re gettting ready to climb up
this face so we could hear better, and these dogs just started jumping out and
moving they’re all either bedded here just walking down this road, and I almost
got a shot at him as it was but they kinda slipped into the timber and Dan started
calling. Came right back, pin wheeled that female at 50, and then
shot that young one at 30, and wasn’t a bull out but it was an awesome
opportunity and it’s an awesome opportunity for management as well.
Anytime you get a chance to take out a predator legally, we’re gonna do it it’s
gonna help out our deer populations potentially even a calf elk.
So it’s a scenario where there was five or six dogs in that back takes a lot of
food to feed that back and it’s a vicious circle but we’re doing our part
keeping it rolling and we’ll have more elk and deer done next year.