this is the bull I took on our general season. it was a good day spent with my grandson. my plan was to have him shoot him but the closest we could get him to come into was 560 yards. it took me 5 days to get a good bull to come off the private. I had a few raghorns and spikes but knew if I waited it would happen. he is a great general bull
still waiting on the tooth data to come back, but I figure he is over 8. and yes he was a tank of a bull. great 1st bull for my sister in law....in fact the 1st 3 bulls were the 1st taken by the hunters. I just wish the bull I took would have taken a different route back to the MTN so he could have been the shooter and made it 4. Utah general season bull hunts are pretty tough to just get on a bull let alone kill a mature bull especially on public ground, so I am pretty excited on finding a little chunk of public ground that I saw good bulls every day and not have orange all around me. I had not hunted Utah on a general hunt for over 15 years with the exception of a couple spike tags that I bought and filled when I failed to draw out of state...I bought this tag when there was less 200 any bull tags left. I think next year I will get one a little sooner
Not much more impressive than an old war horse of an elk. In 2013 my b-in-law took a huge dinosaur of a bull. Of the 3 bulls in camp that year this thing was freaky big. His teeth were pretty much gone,and his horns were pathetic,but he dwarfed the other 2 bulls. Thank heaven for pressure cookers.