Jeffrey Cardarelle is an avid Montana hunter and shares a passion for hunting that many big sky country residents share. After serving four years in the USMC, during Desert Storm, he currently lives in Montana and takes advantage of all this state has to offer.
This past Saturday, September 14th, Jeff did his part in helping to manage Montana’s coyote population, taking out his first “set” of the year. With two coyotes down, Jeff is working on finding wolves next.
Nice work, Jeff! Congratulations, and we look forward to seeing what else you get this season!
(Photo courtesy of Jeff Cardarelle)
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