Around this time back in 2014…the Captain was hunting in eastern Montana with Burke Ranch Outfitters. Here is an excerpt from his hunt description for himself:
The closest I came to getting a shot off was a spot and stalk that we made on a small bull one morning. As we glassed from a ridge top, we saw a bull bed down across from a place called Wyatt Creek, about 800 yards away. It took us three hours to finally get within 50 yards of the bull, but the shooting lane was not good, and, before we knew it, he was off and over another ridge and out of sight.
Even though he didn’t find success during that trip…part of his hunting party did!
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