My buddy had going after his cow several times, but no luck in finding one. His hunt started before my archery hunt ended, so I could not help him. I hunt about 100 miles from the unit that he drew out for.I had told him, that as soon as I got back from my hunt, I would help him find a moose.After all, I had moose walking all around me almost every time I went out. The first weekend after my archery hunt ended, we headed up the mountain to find a cow moose.As you will see in this hunting video, I found my buddy a cow moose and photographed themagnificent bull with her. He was taken by another hunter in the area that had a bull tag after I told him where to find the bull. I am sure that the bull placed in the top 3 of the State.My dreams came true in 2006 when I drew a bull tag. The permit was for my favorite hunting area in North East Utah. It is a beautiful place and the area we like to bow hunt. And, the fact that the moose season for my tag started the day after the archery season closed, was a bonus.The next hunting video is about My Personal Best 5x4 Mule Deer as of 2009. It had been 10 years since I saw a deer this nice in my hunting area. I just had to try to take him, but I would need to make a 60 yard shot with a bow. I had taken 2 bucks in years past at over 50 yards. One at 55 and one at 53, so I felt that I could make the shot.Although the shot placement was not exactly where I wanted to hit, the shot did cut a major blood supply, so I had to wait patiently until he went down for good. That meant waiting overnight to be sure.The next hunting video is called Anterless or Cow? What's the Difference? An Antlerless animal is not necessarily a cow or doe. Depending on the State and season, you may make a costly mistake.The next hunting video is about a7x7 Long Tine Moose. During the 2007 Archery season, this huge body moose comes to water with his family, but not before dressing down a lesser bull that had shown some desire for the big boy's favorite cow.
The next hunting video is about A 6X6 Bull Elk Talking to Me. A really nice 6x6 elk comes several hundred yards to find the cow and calf that he thinks is in the canyon below. No cow or calf, just me striking up a conversation with the beautiful animal for several minutes.The next hunting video is about Crazy Antelope. A huge heard of Antelope stretch out for over a mile acting crazy in Northern Utah. The date is August of 2007. The most prairie goats in one group I have ever seen. The next hunting video is about A Drop Tine Elk. A full grown nice bull elk with a very weird rack that appears to be a drop tine rack. He may have been injured during velvet or may have something else going on. He comes within 10 yards of the camera.The next video is about A Drop Tine Moose 2009. I had never heard of one, but here he is and a buddy that looks as if a bite has been taken from his left palm. These were seen during the 2009 Utah Archery Season in Northern Utah.Our next hunting video is called A Texas Wild Hog Hunt. I had been away from my home State of Texas for many years and longed to see some of my friends again.One of my good friends and ex-neighbor from Texas had repeatedly invited me to come down for a wild hog hunt. Theses critters have gone crazy there and practically the whole State is plagued by them.These are not the javalina hog that Texas is famous for. These are from the Russian Boar type and can grow to over 400 pounds. They can live on practically nothing and can destroy crops, gardens, yards, landscapes, and golf courses.
They are considered pests and a nuisance in Texas and can be hunted year round. They are hard to hunt because they often only move at night, especially when it is hot. I went the end of February of 2006 for 1 week. It was in the 90's during that time.The ranch is located near Uvalde, Texas and that is near the Mexican border. It is very arid and dry there. A lot of mesquite, cactus, rattlesnakes, and hogs. Lots of hogs. As you can see by watching the hunting video, I took a nice porker with my Longbow. The string on the bow as well as the arrows were made by me.Other pages on our site have information on making arrows, tuning bows, and how to get close to animals.
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