Sep 2 2011, 05:35 PM
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Got to within 40 yards of these two, which we have named Brown and Grey since they have always been seen together since the begining of August, and the wind shifted. Some short videos of a 5 hour stalk. Some of the video is a little shakey but it is through a spotter form over a mile and pretty windy, not to bad tho.
This is just before they bed, and we decide to make our move, side note those are high voltage powerlines in the forgound and about 3/4 of the way to them, and they are over a mile away.
My hunter and me coming down the mountain slowly but surely
This one is commentated a little by the other guy in our group who is watching from the original point from the first video
And this is the quick one at the end right after the wind shifts and we are ready at 40 yards!!
in the words of Will Primos..."Dangit Man!!!!"
Hoping to go back and finish it off in a week or two, have to go kill my elk first!!
This post has been edited by Colorado Racks: Sep 2 2011, 05:38 PM
There is a time to "Let it Happen" and a time to "Make it Happen". The great hunters know the difference.
200" Bucks, 400" Bulls, and 80" SpeedGoats, thats what I do.
"The Greatest Sound Known to Man, is the Bugle of a Rocky Mountain Bull Elk" Quote from the Wilderness Hunter by Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt
Sep 2 2011, 06:19 PM
Joined: 2-February 07
From: Vicksburg, MI.
Member No.: 9,521
Nice bucks, better luck next time.
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