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Wow ! Congrats to you guys ! Glad your dad was able to connect with that bull ! 


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Beautiful bull, I wish my big one has thirds like this one. Sounds like an awesome trip. How long did it take him to draw the tag or was it landowner?


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This was a landowner tag.

Beautiful bull, I wish my big one has thirds like this one. Sounds like an awesome trip. How long did it take him to draw the tag or was it landowner?


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 I want to tell you what a great son I have. First off this trip was a birthday gift from him and his family.

What Craig didn't tell you guys is that he and his guides had spotted this bull while glassing a canyon a few miles from where me and my guides were.

Craig passed on this bull and texted me to come over knowing that this was an opportunity for me to take a shot as the terrain wasn't too bad for an over weight guy of 68 years.

This ranch was unbelievable! The mountains were so high ( 10,000 ft. ) and  canyons were so steep you had to hold on to a tree or some brush to keep from sliding down.

Below are a few pictures of the bull before the guides boned and packed him out.

 

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Not that score matters but I put that at a 370 bull. Truly a bull of a lifetime.


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39 minutes ago, crewchiefandy said:

 

 I want to tell you what a great son I have. First off this trip was a birthday gift from him and his family.

What Craig didn't tell you guys is that he and his guides had spotted this bull while glassing a canyon a few miles from where me and my guides were.

Craig passed on this bull and texted me to come over knowing that this was an opportunity for me to take a shot as the terrain wasn't too bad for an over weight guy of 68 years.

This ranch was unbelievable! The mountains were so high ( 10,000 ft. ) and  canyons were so steep you had to hold on to a tree or some brush to keep from sliding down.

Below are a few pictures of the bull before the guides boned and packed him out.

 

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Beautiful congrats 

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That’s awesome that you and your son were able to do it together I hope some day to do the same thing with my boys.  They are 3 and 5 so a while to go

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374 1/2"

Not that score matters but I put that at a 370 bull. Truly a bull of a lifetime.


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Man that is a huge animal. Couldn’t imagine seeing that in person! Congrats on a trophy of a lifetime!

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Love you Dad!

 
 I want to tell you what a great son I have. First off this trip was a birthday gift from him and his family.
What Craig didn't tell you guys is that he and his guides had spotted this bull while glassing a canyon a few miles from where me and my guides were.
Craig passed on this bull and texted me to come over knowing that this was an opportunity for me to take a shot as the terrain wasn't too bad for an over weight guy of 68 years.
This ranch was unbelievable! The mountains were so high ( 10,000 ft. ) and  canyons were so steep you had to hold on to a tree or some brush to keep from sliding down.
Below are a few pictures of the bull before the guides boned and packed him out.
 
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