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Charlie Rehor 14-Aug-23
East/West Coast 15-Aug-23
A few pics from the last couple of weekends. Boggsbowhunts/Chase was passing through on way to antelope hunt in MT and joined me this morning. Found first hard horned bull and bull with shredded velvet this morning.
First hard horned bull of year
Great pics, John! Pretty unusual for a bull to strip their velvet this early, isn’t it?
Great photos John
Troy it actually right on schedule.
This was cool to see. Clouds below me down in the valleys.
I'll wrap it up with a picture of Boggs and moose. Not sure but think he got the number of 2-3 cute chicks in Subaru and unshaven underarms in the park this morning.
Nice to finally meet the fella behind the handle/posts! Had a blast, and made sure to stay faaaaar away from the Subaru drivers. For some reason they all had another girl riding shotgun with them, and I don’t think it was a 2 for 1 special
Dang nice pix
From: Charlie Rehor
Hard horned means season openers is close. Thx for the pics.
Gorgeous pictures John thanks for posting!
I did watch Boggs get into the back of a suburban with strangers from Utah. Also I think I read his mind as well. He was thinking "How long can this guy watch one bull and keep taking pictures of him."
Dang, hadn't realized elk shed their velvet this early... Been kinda keeping notes through the years on whitetails and the earliest buck I ever seen in hard horn was August 17th...
Great photos John (as usual) thanks for sharing...
From: East/West Coast
Absolutely spectacular! Good luck this season, looks like they are gearing up for the fall!
As always- excellent pics!
Thanks for sharing.
Great pics as usual, thanks for sharing them!
Those pics up on the mountain with the clouds below remind me why the patriarchs and Moses in the Bible always went "up on the mountain" to talk with God.
Good stuff, John!
Watched about a 350" bull strip his velvet on Aug 15 in one of the desert units.
Nice pics John. Always nice to see this time of year - another way to get the blood going.