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: Here is a bull we took in Eastern Arizona this season. The tag took 15 years to draw, and we hunted it for 10 days taking this bull on the last day. We had passed many smaller bulls hoping for a giant, and we started to second guess ourselves as the hunt started to wind down. It all paid off on the last morning when Charles Wright was able to sneak within 91 yards at first light and make a perfect double lung shot. Charles had practiced with his bow all summer and so he was comfortable taking the long shot. The bull was only able to go a couple hundred yards before he went down. This is the biggest archery bull that either of us have ever taken. As brothers, it was an awesome time as we were able to spend some quality time together chasing elk. Regards, Frank Wright Charles Wright (hunter) . Photo submitted by Frank Wright on Sep 28, 2016 10:58 AM
: Here is a bull we took in Eastern Arizona this season. The tag took 15 years to draw, and we hunted it for 10 days taking this bull on the last day. We had passed many smaller bulls hoping for a giant, and we started to second guess ourselves as the hunt started to wind down. It all paid off on the last morning when Charles Wright was able to sneak within 91 yards at first light and make a perfect double lung shot. Charles had practiced with his bow all summer and so he was comfortable taking the long shot. The bull was only able to go a couple hundred yards before he went down. This is the biggest archery bull that either of us have ever taken. As brothers, it was an awesome time as we were able to spend some quality time together chasing elk. Regards, Frank Wright Charles Wright (hunter) . Photo submitted by Frank Wright on Sep 28, 2016 10:58 AM
: Here is a bull we took in Eastern Arizona this season. The tag took 15 years to draw, and we hunted it for 10 days taking this bull on the last day. We had passed many smaller bulls hoping for a giant, and we started to second guess ourselves as the hunt started to wind down. It all paid off on the last morning when Charles Wright was able to sneak within 91 yards at first light and make a perfect double lung shot. Charles had practiced with his bow all summer and so he was comfortable taking the long shot. The bull was only able to go a couple hundred yards before he went down. This is the biggest archery bull that either of us have ever taken. As brothers, it was an awesome time as we were able to spend some quality time together chasing elk. Regards, Frank Wright Charles Wright (hunter) . Photo submitted by Frank Wright on Sep 28, 2016 10:58 AM
The curse is over! Archery bull elk: Archerys tough! After our group failed to fill 5 limited-entry bull elk tags over the past 10 years, I wasn't too excite to wait another 13 yrs to draw another tag. To my surprise I drew with zero points this year! With only two days left of the hunt, I was able to take this great bull! Thanks to family and friends who helped! Wasatch limited-entry. . Photo submitted by Ray Loveless on Sep 27, 2016 10:28 PM
The curse is over! Archery bull elk: Archerys tough! After our group failed to fill 5 limited-entry bull elk tags over the past 10 years, I wasn't too excite to wait another 13 yrs to draw another tag. To my surprise I drew with zero points this year! With only two days left of the hunt, I was able to take this great bull! Thanks to family and friends who helped! Wasatch limited-entry. . Photo submitted by Ray Loveless on Sep 27, 2016 10:28 PM
The curse is over! Archery bull elk: Archerys tough! After our group failed to fill 5 limited-entry bull elk tags over the past 10 years, I wasn't too excite to wait another 13 yrs to draw another tag. To my surprise I drew with zero points this year! With only two days left of the hunt, I was able to take this great bull! Thanks to family and friends who helped! Wasatch limited-entry. . Photo submitted by Ray Loveless on Sep 27, 2016 10:28 PM
Youth elk hunt 2016: My boy Hunter 14 years old was lucky to draw a youth bull tag this year, I scouted all summer and went on the archery hind and killed a Spock bull, I told Hunter I left the big ones for him! We hunted hard the whole hunt and couldn't find any elk, the weather finally turned and Bulls were finally vocal on Friday , we spotted bull and couldn't get a range on him because of the snow storm Hunter took a couple shots but clearly missed! We decided to go home and get out of the storm. Hunter was so disappointed, I told him we could go up on Sunday morning the last day, give it one last shot! We did and hiked a mile up to where we knew the elk were at, it was ten minutes after daylight when I bugled and was answered by three Bulls , I glass the hillside and found this bull at 580 yards! I told Hunter to take his time and hold it steady on the third mill dot , he was calm and collected, he fired and hit the bull the fist shot, the bull only took a couple steps and stood there, I told him to fire again and he missed two shots, then he calmed himself and knocked him down with the fourth shot! I am so proud of Hunter he never gave up and worked so hard to harvest his first elk!. Photo submitted by Bryan Wahlstrom on Sep 27, 2016 10:13 PM
Youth elk hunt 2016: My boy Hunter 14 years old was lucky to draw a youth bull tag this year, I scouted all summer and went on the archery hind and killed a Spock bull, I told Hunter I left the big ones for him! We hunted hard the whole hunt and couldn't find any elk, the weather finally turned and Bulls were finally vocal on Friday , we spotted bull and couldn't get a range on him because of the snow storm Hunter took a couple shots but clearly missed! We decided to go home and get out of the storm. Hunter was so disappointed, I told him we could go up on Sunday morning the last day, give it one last shot! We did and hiked a mile up to where we knew the elk were at, it was ten minutes after daylight when I bugled and was answered by three Bulls , I glass the hillside and found this bull at 580 yards! I told Hunter to take his time and hold it steady on the third mill dot , he was calm and collected, he fired and hit the bull the fist shot, the bull only took a couple steps and stood there, I told him to fire again and he missed two shots, then he calmed himself and knocked him down with the fourth shot! I am so proud of Hunter he never gave up and worked so hard to harvest his first elk!. Photo submitted by Bryan Wahlstrom on Sep 27, 2016 10:13 PM
Youth elk hunt 2016: My boy Hunter 14 years old was lucky to draw a youth bull tag this year, I scouted all summer and went on the archery hind and killed a Spock bull, I told Hunter I left the big ones for him! We hunted hard the whole hunt and couldn't find any elk, the weather finally turned and Bulls were finally vocal on Friday , we spotted bull and couldn't get a range on him because of the snow storm Hunter took a couple shots but clearly missed! We decided to go home and get out of the storm. Hunter was so disappointed, I told him we could go up on Sunday morning the last day, give it one last shot! We did and hiked a mile up to where we knew the elk were at, it was ten minutes after daylight when I bugled and was answered by three Bulls , I glass the hillside and found this bull at 580 yards! I told Hunter to take his time and hold it steady on the third mill dot , he was calm and collected, he fired and hit the bull the fist shot, the bull only took a couple steps and stood there, I told him to fire again and he missed two shots, then he calmed himself and knocked him down with the fourth shot! I am so proud of Hunter he never gave up and worked so hard to harvest his first elk!. Photo submitted by Bryan Wahlstrom on Sep 27, 2016 10:10 PM
Youth elk hunt 2016: My boy Hunter 14 years old was lucky to draw a youth bull tag this year, I scouted all summer and went on the archery hind and killed a Spock bull, I told Hunter I left the big ones for him! We hunted hard the whole hunt and couldn't find any elk, the weather finally turned and Bulls were finally vocal on Friday , we spotted bull and couldn't get a range on him because of the snow storm Hunter took a couple shots but clearly missed! We decided to go home and get out of the storm. Hunter was so disappointed, I told him we could go up on Sunday morning the last day, give it one last shot! We did and hiked a mile up to where we knew the elk were at, it was ten minutes after daylight when I bugled and was answered by three Bulls , I glass the hillside and found this bull at 580 yards! I told Hunter to take his time and hold it steady on the third mill dot , he was calm and collected, he fired and hit the bull the fist shot, the bull only took a couple steps and stood there, I told him to fire again and he missed two shots, then he calmed himself and knocked him down with the fourth shot! I am so proud of Hunter he never gave up and worked so hard to harvest his first elk!. Photo submitted by Bryan Wahlstrom on Sep 27, 2016 10:10 PM
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