Evan Porter, of Missoula, had a “productive and exciting evening” that led him to his first successful mule deer hunt with his bow on Tuesday, September 15. Porter and his buddy managed to call in a spike bull all the way to 40 yards and saw even more elk that were just too far away to reach. They hunted up a ridge and began their descent back to the truck when Evan spotted some deer downhill and upwind. Unfortunately, he was in the open and had no choice but to sneak down 35 yards closer to a tree to get some cover and waited for a nice muley buck to give him a clean shot.
“The rest is history,” Evan stated in his post on Facebook.
Congratulations, Evan, and we thank you for sharing your story! Excellent work on a nice buck!
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