Yes, the rancher decided to let the elk go to complete waste. It’s their way of life out there, it’s just so different to our way of life.
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Didn't you buy all the antlerless tags for your county to keep people from hunting because you started a guide business? Not so different it seems.Yes, the rancher decided to let the elk go to complete waste. It’s their way of life out there, it’s just so different to our way of life.
No, I can’t speak for what they like/don’t like. Because I know plenty of Resident Public land Hunters who have lost animals this way too.Is this just cause they don't like non residents? Did you get any pictures of it from 20 yards away?
Not hijack this thread...but I recently had an experience that has me questioning bullet choice on my muzzleloader. When I first started hunting with a muzzy years ago I used fairly conventional lead sabots. To my recollection I had good to excellent blood trails and/or DRT outcomes.Sounds like it is past time for a new bullet or caliber.