Back from the Western Journey

I’m  just getting here off a 19 hour drive home, so I’ll keep this short and sweet….  Season 3 has officially kicked off!  We hunted Spot-N-Stalk Antelope in the grassland of SD for a week with no luck sealing the deal, but saw some absolute giants and hunted hard with Clayton over at Miller Mathews Outfitters.  Saw 6-7 goats that would go Boone and Crockett, we just never had the cover to get close enough to get one down.  No worries, we’ll be back out there here in a few weeks to try and skewer some of those giant SD mulies we saw running around… stay tuned on that one.

Once we left SD we headed out to Montana for a Missouri River Breaks elk hunt.  I’ve been looking forward to this trip for a really long time and lets just sat it did’nt disappoint!  We were on some private ground with BD Ranch as well as some other ground through Western Skies Real Estate and words cant explain the amount of elk we saw.  I made the commitment to wait for a really big bull or a really old bull and so it was…..we got the really old bull.  Heres a pic of the 10+ year old that we put down in the breaks!



~ by heartlandbowhunter on September 12, 2009.

6 Responses to “Back from the Western Journey”

  1. That is a fantastic shot of a beautiful bull, Jeff. Many congratulations!

    On another note, will there be more Season 2 episodes on the BowVidz site, or was number eight the last?

  2. No, we will have all 13 Epidsodes up. We have been out in Montana and have not exported and sent the files to Bowvidz….so its my fault! lol I’m getting them caught up this week…..I promise.


    Jeff S.

  3. Take your time, man. I can see you’ve been BUSY! 🙂

    Just know that you’ve got a lot of loyal web-based fans who are looking forward to more Season 2 adventures, whenever you get a chance to slap ’em up!

  4. That is a sweet bull… I love the dark tines with white tips. Congrats!!

  5. Jeff ole buddy, congrats on that ole Bull! He evenm looks OLD in the pic, excellent Rack!! cant wait for the vid!!

  6. Nice elk! What an awesome set of antlers on that animal.

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