This happened….here is the caption to the video below:
Erik and Chase take a hike to check a trail camera that’s set up for Erik’s November archery elk hunt and get tangled up between two bulls. A few cow calls brought this bull right to them getting within 15 yards. It was an absolute treat to experience this.
What a cool experience!
Also, for those of you who want to take another look at the regulations on game cameras, here is what the current regs read:
It is unlawful for a person, while hunting,
to possess any electronic motion-tracking
device or mechanism that is designed
to track the motion of a game animal
and relay information on the animal’s
movement to the hunter.
A radio-tracking collar attached to a dog
that is used by a hunter engaged in lawful
hunting activities is not considered an
unlawful motion-tracking device.
Motion tracking devices are defined by
F&W Commission as remote operated
camera or video devices capable of
transmitting real time information, pictures
or videos; seismic devices; thermal imaging
devices; and satellite and radio telemetry