What are you smokin?Since you asked the question, I'll provide an answer: Is there something less impressive if the bull is lit up with the headlights of a truck? No. The bull is impressive. in fact, it's awesome. Congrats to the hunter, and congrats to Ryan.
But it would certainly raise more questions. One I would ask is: why not a picture with the truck and headlights shining on the kill? Obviously, because trucks are ugly. Unless, of course, it has a 6" lift and 35" tires, a custom bumper with integrated LED light bar, and some really neat stickers in the back window to assure that other motorists know that the driver is a really good hunter that only kills trophies. Then it would be cool, and included in the picture alongside the bull for sure.
There’s always a better spot. But effort and work should be the way you find it. Not making accounts on the internet and asking for free hand outs from people who have worked hard to find themThat Is a great bull, I did get a 365 bull there 8 yrs ago, and my hunting buddy has had 2 from there 330 and a 345 bull, just want to get his daughter the biggest out of us so she would have bragging rights, we have always hunted around on the south side. Just seeing if there is a better spot.
"Better" is subjective.There’s always a better spot.
To me, this is not what hunting is all about, nor should be. Bragging rights for killing the biggest animal.Mark1513 said:...want to get his daughter the biggest out of us so she would have bragging rights...".
Hey, you described me to a T, since I was told if I didn't grow up by the time I was 50 I didn't have too.Yeah I'm normally pretty far over in the "give people help even if they just joined and haven't contributed to the UWN community before asking for honey holes" territory but this one might be my limit.
Care to share where on the south side of the boulders you and your buddy have had success on those bulls? I'm betting there are plenty of folks with Boulder tags that would be thrilled with a bull in the 330-345" range. Might even be a kid or a veteran or an old guy looking.
Han**** Peak. That's where I'd head. Walk 100 yards off the road and you should be into some elk.So since I qualify for that and it is not my first post, I will accept anyone's honey holes on the Panguitch unit that I have a spike tag for next month.
I might know something if you're willing to give up a certain lucky hat...Hey, you described me to a T, since I was told if I didn't grow up by the time I was 50 I didn't have too.
So since I qualify for that and it is not my first post, I will accept anyone's honey holes on the Panguitch unit that I have a spike tag for next month.
“Bragging rights…”Where we have had our luck by posy lake ,it is a little hard to take young kids in that
area do to all the Down timber. I am sorry if you think all we care about is the size, it’s not. The time with family is number one thing. I am more then happy to help anyone out. leaving tomorrow my you have great hunts.