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I was truley blessed this year...and was lucky to harvest this buck from my tree stand at 19yds. Had 6 bucks come in on my first day in stand. This buck decided to come in as I was preparing to leave for the day. I only had this buck on camera twice... but in 3 weeks from the first picture he must have doubled in size...amazing, and I'm sure he had a little growing left to do as well. We rough scored him at 107 1/8"
Well sorry it took me so long to post this but it has been a little busy. So the hunt goes like this. We started chasing bears in the pears but couldn't make anything work. So we went back to hunting down south and while looking at some new country, I finally found a couple of bears that where in an area that I could work with. I glassed this nice boar up in the back of a nasty canyon and told Eric Forrest grab your stuff we've got to go. We made it to the back of the canyon and started to creep into where we had last seen him. We spotted him 30 yards out walking the trail down to us. As he cleared the brush I made prefect shot and he bolted. A few seconds later the canyon was silent. We gave him a little bit of time before we went to check for blood and started tracking him. There wasn't much of a tracking job with this guy because he was piled up at the bottom of the cut about 50 yards down. The only bummer to this deal was it happened so fast that we were not able to get it on video and we had a 2 1/2 mile pack out. The PSE Supra Max and the 125 gn Swhacker worked great ! Cole
We have a new video up on YouTube! It's Michelle's 2012 AZ Archery Bull Hunt. She stuck it out and hunted hard, again congrats to Michelle on a great archery bull. Cole got great footage, my favorite part is the ending! Enjoy and thanks for watching!
I took my second Bobcat with my bow the other day. It was a spot n' stalk, I had my PSE BowMadness XL in my hand as I followed behind her. I followed her for awhile until I got a shot opportunity that I felt comfortable with. I released an arrow and hit her hard. When she finally gained her feet she only made it 35 yards before hitting the dirt again. There was blood everywhere, the cut was outstanding. That Swhacker 125gr. surely did its job, and in a quickly manner. It was probably the collest spot n' stalk I've ever done; hands down the collest Bobcat hunt I've had.