Bill's Montana muley
Speaker2: I have hunted with a guy out there for actually several years now. The area that he hunts is out of is Big Sandy. About 15,000 acres of private property. We had a little bad luck with the weather because that's real muddy country. In this case, we were hunting out of a pickup. This is what they call a trophy hunt. So I was looking for something pretty exciting. On the third day of the hunt. We were driving along and there's a group of deer about 500 yards away. Two nice bucks in that group. I can't shoot 500 yards away. The next thing I know, we're hopping in that pickup and we're going around the other side of the mountain, and we just kind of sit there and all of a sudden, here comes this big group of deer that the guy said he thought they were coming that way. Turns out they were about 280 yards away. Here is this big 4x4 mule deer with exceptionally large eye guards. So I took careful aim, one shot and he was down. I had a nice trophy buck there. After that was just fine. We found the buck. We got it skinned down, got a cape out, and the antlers are now at the taxidermist. I'm going to mount the antlers. Speaker1: Speaking of antlers, anybody know about a cactus buck? That's in another episode when Bill heads out for Wyoming.