We asked for your opening weekend of Montana bow hunting season success stories, and we got a really good one!
It’s one thing to be successful on opening day of archery season in big sky country, but how about bagging an unofficially gross-scoring bull elk of 367 4/8 successful? That is exactly what Randy Rowe, of Missoula, did while hunting in the Big Hole this past Saturday. He took the bull down from approximately 25 yards.
Not only is Randy an avid hunter at the age of 34, but he has been hunting with his Dad since about the time he could walk fast enough to keep up with him. He started elk hunting on his own at age 12 and has been hooked ever since.
As you can see by the pictures, Randy scored quite the trophy with this one. Rock on, Randy! We look forward to seeing more success pictures from you in the future!
(Information and photos courtesy of Randy Rowe via Katie Rowe)
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