Holy smokes.... Nice.
Way to go Jason.... Hey you better explain to some of the newer Jesse's members the history on that Wallow.
I'm gunna hide a GPS chip in your backpack so I can find that honey-hole.
Thanks for shareing
Awesome!! Brings back some memories of helping to pack your bull out last year. I wish I could be there this year to help you out too! Dang, I am missing living there a lot right now. Darned trade-offs are for the birds sometimes. Can't I have it all?
Thanks guys. Bill thanks again for helping me with my bull last year. He was a brute. To those of you who dont know the bull in my avatar is the one I shot last year in this same spot. He is a real toad 6X1 and the story will be in the October 2009 issue of Bowhunter magazine.
Tuffy says I should update you guys on my pond.
I found this seep on the mountainside several years ago. I was out hiking and looking for a good place to hunt elk. I decided to try an experiment. I dug out a reservoir to hold some of the water in. Then dug a trench to a flat spot where I dug a larger hole to hold the overflow. This allows the lower reservoir to hold a pretty good amount of water.
Every year I have to dig the ponds out because the runoff from the snow fills them up with mud. I hang a couple trail cameras and a treestand. The hike in is a rough one as Bill can attest to. It is mean but that keeps the pressure down. I rarely see anybody else up there. It is my own personal slice of heavon up there.
Jason my good friend it looks like your on track to arrow another nice bull! very nice and thanks for sharing the pic's of your little honey hole and fury friends that hang out there, is there any room in the freezer left, good luck!.........................tra