Regular listeners to the Montana Outdoor Radio Show are familiar with Trevor Johnson’s incredible story of tracking down a mountain lion without dogs. Nobody can tell a story like Trevor. But he was kind enough to relate the outing to me for a story in this week’s Billings Gazette. In addition, Trevor provided some details on the incredible bull elk he shot and the first black bear he has taken with a bow. We should all be so lucky to spend as much time hunting as Trevor did this past season – he missed only about four days of the archery season. It just goes to show that if you really want to score a trophy, or two, you’ve got to be willing to put in some time.
To read the stories, log on to The Billings Gazette http://bgz.tt/sojsv.
By Montana Grant
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