deadeer wrote:Wow! Awesome. Sometimes better to be lucky than good. Lol. Congrats.
The only skill i used was going into the woods at a direction that gave me a favorable wind and went to a small clearing where three heavy used trails intersected in heavy cover. The Good Lord encouraged that bull to use one of those trails......... and I am thankful.
This spot is overlooked because of it's close proximity to the highway. If I had blaze orange on people would have been blowing there horns at me. It is super thick by Bighorn Mtn. standards and is tricky to move around in undetected. That is the reason I went in an hour and a half before daylight and sat quietly. Worked out this time, may never work again, and that's Ok.
P.S. I always say It's Better to be Lucky then Good...............