Two hunters from South Dakota, Tim Neugebauer (shooter) & Paul Mayer, went hunting in Montana recently searching for that bull elk that makes your heart beat fast.
Tim shot a 6×7, herd bull out of approximately 100 head. They crept in on the main bunch, while the bull circled on the outside of the bunch chasing a smaller bull away, giving them an opportunity for a good shot. Awesome work!
Paul also took a 5×5 the following day. A perfect spot & stalk resulted in his first ever archery bull elk!
Tayler Michels was the guide from Burke Ranch Outfitters who took them out, and both hunters tagged out in 3 days. It was definitely a successful week for all three!
Excellent work!! Here are Paul’s and Tim’s Bulls, starting with Tim’s:
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