Bowhunting is a tough sport. Archers may put in a lot of time, cover miles of terrain and still eat their elk tag. So when Kale Grimsrud of Roy arrowed a unique club-antlered bull while hunting in the Missouri Breaks this October, he was pretty excited. Instead of pushing the bull, which will sometimes make them run and even disappear, he backed out. Problem is, he backed out too far, and when he returned he found someone else cutting up the elk he thought would hang on his wall.
To read more about the incident, check out my story on this week’s Montana Untamed at: montanauntamed.com
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