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Looks good but try and take a few more pictures that aren't so grainy so we can see it better. And maybe get your big pumpkin out of the way! :P

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nice.  How was the drive home from the taxidermist?  If not in an enclosed trailer you get a few looks, a few beeps and thumbs up and thumbs down when driving home.  

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image.thumb.jpeg.32e05be0ed770a104682efbthis better Leech ? image.thumb.jpeg.947b5585e822440c8dca6f3the ride home was fine , I use a in closed trailer, but getting it on the wall was something else! My shoulder is sore this morning. Getting it that high on the wall and lack of help , holding it by the horns dint work  . I ended up putting it on my shoulder and doing it my self 

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Awesome bull! I am preparing for my first solo elk hunt trip in Idaho this September. Probably wont run into a bull like that, id be more than happy to get a bull like that!

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2 hours ago, Ohboytimmy said:

Awesome bull! I am preparing for my first solo elk hunt trip in Idaho this September. Probably wont run into a bull like that, id be more than happy to get a bull like that!

I was about a half mile from Idaho!  So you have a chance 

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Very nice and any elk like that one in my eyes is a trophy animal, it's something I'll never have the opportunity to save up for and hunt so very nice and I think it looks great !  One thing I always wonder in the elk world is kinda how old a animal is that ? I'll spare the "old enough to shoot" answer lol.

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OTC I'm not sure how old the elk was , I'd guess around 4 years old 

As far as cost and saving up , the hunt was on public land , about $1024 for the license, and about $600 in gas , food , beer and ice 

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