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Meet Mr. Mass (Bull Elk) Part #1 #41078
01/20/15 03:11 PM
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Barbara and I had a GREAT camera Elk hunt last week. I had more fun with this bull than I have had in many years with any bull. He was the 1st to go into the dark timber to lay down and the last to get up in the evening for dinner. He was with 8 other bulls but definitely had a attitude. I named him Mr. Mass because of the mass of his antlers, I saw and shot more that were taller and more that were wider but Mr. Mass impressed me the most. He was very interested in my cow call and yet he got almost aggravated when I used my crow call.

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Re: Meet Mr. Mass (Bull Elk) Part #1 [Re: Wacky roger] #41079
01/20/15 06:43 PM
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Wow. He is really handsome. Those are some very nice photos. I am eager to hear some details from your trip. How far off the beaten trail were you?

James

Re: Meet Mr. Mass (Bull Elk) Part #1 [Re: James Morrissey] #41080
01/20/15 06:47 PM
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Originally Posted By: James Morrissey
Wow. He is really handsome. Those are some very nice photos. I am eager to hear some details from your trip. How far off the beaten trail were you?

James


From 50 yards to a couple of miles. One of those trips where everything fell into place.


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Re: Meet Mr. Mass (Bull Elk) Part #1 [Re: Wacky roger] #41093
01/23/15 03:40 AM
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I would tend to believe that skill, knowledge, ability and preparation had something to do with the way things "fell into place." Well done. He is really a majestic creature.

Jim

Re: Meet Mr. Mass (Bull Elk) Part #1 [Re: Tucson Jim] #41095
01/23/15 02:14 PM
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Originally Posted By: Tucson Jim
I would tend to believe that skill, knowledge, ability and preparation had something to do with the way things "fell into place." Well done. He is really a majestic creature.

Jim


Thank you Jim, I am sure most folks have no idea how much homework it takes.


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