I’m a little bit worried though cause I’ve been seeing to many dry does around here and with the increase in tags here I could see it hurting themI have seen a couple of decent ones in my travels so far while working, but nothing of that caliber as of yet. But have seen 3 or 4 speed goats that were way up there, my guess would be near 80 or better. I guess it would be more exciting if I had a draw tag for them....
I did hahaha a guy can hope though right hahahaAs soon as the season opens they find the steepest, thickest, dirtiest hills to hide in and among...only coming out to feed in the dead of night and slinking away to their hideouts well before it is legal shooting light.
I thought you knew that....
I’d like that too haha the 338 will definitely be coming alongOhhhh Hookset ! About a foot of snow on the ground , lightly snowing , a mild -20 and that broadside presented............whump ! wit the .338 behind front shoulder........cold air and the smell of gunpowder , don't get any better !
[ok to dream ..right ] Good work on the scouting
Nice! Good luck to you hopefully you can find the one you want!Way to go Hookset !! another good refreshing outdoors post ! That's a big boy and sure worthy of going after.
I'm starting my scouting in September , around here the Whitetail start forming there "bachelor groups" of four or five bucks in mid September and a guy can get a good look at them.