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Old 08-04-2020, 09:47 AM   #1 (permalink)
Ecpk91
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Default Scouting Continues

So the Bulls I previously posted pictures of are on a limited unit, unfortunately I can't hunt for them, it is still fun scouting and watching them grow through the summer months. I am helping a friend who drew that big bull tag and am excited for him to have the chance at a decent bull. I am planning to hunt for cow or spike and here is a photo of a meadow they come in on a regular basis, look closely at how many spikes are in this herd. Two of my kids have deer tags so hoping this decent four comes wandering in, we also have many smaller bucks feeding here as well. It takes work and effort to find these places and they are out there if your willing to put in many hiking miles. I ran up to this area to put some finishing touches on our stand locations last night and grabbed these pics while i was up there, left at 4:30 and didn't get off the mountain till midnight. I forget just how far I have to hike to these spots. Hope it pays off.
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