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Bow tags for bulls anyone?
Wmu 4 or 5
LUP as well is at all possible.
E-mail CharlieBeanish@live.ca if you can help me out
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I finally got to redeem myself from my clean miss a couple of weeks ago. If there is one thing that bugs me more than anything it is missing. I reload the most accurate ammo I can and constantly test and verify accuracy. So when I missed a coyote it really bugged me. So I went out for a hunt the other evening and was I happy I did. I saw a a silouhette across the field on the edge of a frozen braver pond. When I looked through my scope I realized that there was two timberwolves standing there. One of the wolves was on to me and immediately ran away.
I went out on Saturday evening for a quick wolf hunt. I saw a coyote and got off a quick shot. I aimed near the top of its back and missed. Turns out the range was about 175 yards. The way I have my gun sighted in I would have shot over its back. Oh well. Maybe next time. Hopefully time for the rangefinder next time
If you want to see what I am doing regarding shooting, reloading, and hunting you can follow me on Twitter @rodunderthegun. I only post about those topics there.
I enjoy hunting, shooting, and reloading. I have 2 chunks of land that I have started to manage for trophy deer. This year we shot a 125" 8 pointer off of one, and a 145" 10 pointer off of the other. I target shoot and reload all year and I am very obsessed with accuracy. Right now my 2 favorite guns are a Savage M10le in 308win, and a Tikka T3 Lite in 30/06. Both are extremely accurate. I am starting to get into wolf hunting as I can't stand not having anything to shoot all winter. So far this year just a mangy coyote I shot with my Tikka at 285yds.
I have older brothers who liked to hunt, so naturally I followed suit. Partridge was the hunting choice. At 12 I used a gun. At 50 plus I use a Nikon. The Nikon creates less fuss, but the results don't taste as good.