Learn how to cape out that trophy of a lifetime and avoid the dissapointment of stuffing it up
Tim Butcher talks trophy assessment. A must read for anyone wanting to get better at on the hoof assesment.
The build up to the roar is always an exciting time with all the plotting and scheming involved and figuring out where and when to focus your time. It’s an exciting time to hunt, and for good reason. As the days get shorter eventually those big stags that have been hard to find all year will let their guard down with the onset of the roar, and suddenly they become a hell of a lot easier to find.
A few quick tips for taking better photos and making some lasting memories on that next hunting trip
Long days, generally stable weather and a high snowline make summer a great time to tackle that more ambitious hunting trip you’ve been staring at on the map.
Half of the appeal of winter tahr is their big, shaggy capes so although they can be easier to hunt at lower elevations in spring, the real hunting challenge is that mature rutting bull in his full winter cape.
Understanding their habits better will help create more opportunities on those old bulls.
A few basic tips to get better photos on that next hunting trip
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