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Bulls of the San Juan Elk Ridge
I finally put together a video of all the bulls I filmed on my San Juan Elk Ridge archery hunt. It's a bit rough, but you'll get the idea of the kind of hunt I had :)
Amazing footage, great work!
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Wow....thanks so much Pete! Great footage. That was darn good fight going on up there. Amazing more bulls aren't killed doing the rut.
Awesome Awesome Awesome!!!
I had to go check the Elk meat pole thread for kill photos
I recognized the one you shot from the video, and while I was watching the vidoe, when that dude showed up I thought "Look at those thirds!! I'd be reaching for my bow!!"
Just to witness the fight too. How far away from the fighting bulls were you? Looked like it was taken through a spotter?
Thanks for posting
oh purdy good......nothing rough at all about that.
Awesome, thanks Pete. With only 2 points, Utah is a ways off for me....still can't wait.
Very nice work Pete! Thanks for sharing with us.You Utah guys really have a good thing going!
Great job! Thanks for sharing.
Very cool Pete. What kind of camera do you use? Most all of these clips are really crisp and clear. I loved the bugling bull while he lays in the wallow. Thanks for sharing.
Well done. I can only yet imagine how cool it was to gather that footage. Dig the score, too.
Thanks for posting Pete, awesome film
WE want a volume II!!!!!!!
Do you have more video of the countryside?
Great video. I would rather watch that footage than any Mossback or Primos video!
That is one of the best home made elk videos I have seen! Really enjoyed it, thanks!!!!!
Very nice! Thanks for putting that together and sharing it!
Very well done! That video perfectly shows what is so exciting about bowhunting elk. You nailed it.
i missed out on the results from your hunt...where can i find it?
That was some of the best footage I've ever seen! Thanks for sharing your hunt with us. I missed elk season this year, so I appreciate your contribution very much!
Thanks folks! Believe me it was more fun to be there than watch. Though it did turn out about as well as I could have expected. Not bad for a DIY solo effort.
I have a post in the Utah forum here: http://forums.bowsite.com/tf/regional/thread.cfm?threadid=183652&MESSAGES=15&state=UT
and a detailed post of the whole season from drawing this spring to scouting to the hunt on Monster Muleys here: http://www.monstermuleys.info/dcforum/DCForumID50/5.html
I'm not done telling the whole story over there as I've been super busy, but I'll get it all typed up and all the photos posted some time in the next week or so.
Bake, I shot the fight sequence through my spotter with a Tines Up style scopecam adaptor. Just wish I had a better fluid head for that type of thing. They're too heavy to carry around though.
Pretty cool. Very well done, thanks for the ride, it was a great one!
Congrats on the hunt too!