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Jim Bielinski

Grand Rapids, Michigan

I had just taken up bow hunting for the previous deer season and this was the first time I had ever gone elk hunting.

After passing on three different opportunities to take a cow, I had a 10 yard encounter with a huge 6x6 bull. I was drawn on him but never had the shooting lane required for a clean shot. He finally figured out I was there and bolted deeper into the woods.

My wise friends talked me into taking a cow, especially since it was highly unusual to have so many opportunities. I decided they were right and took this cow for my first elk. I'm glad I did as this was the last elk I saw on the trip. I was very glad I took their advice.

I was hunting public land in the San Juan mountains near Southfork, Colorado.

My bow is a Parker Phoenix 34 with the outfitters package, pulling 67 pounds. I used Carbon Express 350 arrows with 125 grain Muzzy MX-4 broadheads.

Although I didn't come home with the trophy 6x6 bull, I was very pleased just to have gotten an elk. I'll be back next year looking for that bull. Thank you Parker Bows.

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