Singing Bridge wrote:DEERSLAYER wrote:If I seen that photo without a topo I would be drawn to, but when I got there I would have been surprised by what I found for sure. It looks like some big country out there. Very nice and I would imagine exciting to hunt knowing that at any moment a true monarch could walk by.
After speaking with Canadian biologists, this is the northern edge of the whitetail's range. Just north of these photo's the whitetail completely disappears, as the habitat is too harsh for their survival. The deer in my area here are the tallest, longest and heaviest- on average, of any deer in North America. In this particular area the racks have tremendous mass but shorter tines. I don't get hung up on antlers, these deer are the biggest and strongest on the plantet. One look at a 400 pound, pure muscle giant had my tongue dragging and my brain nearing a seizure. A 300 pound fat-boy, midwest booner would run like a scared rabbit as one of these bucks approached on the horizon... [glow=red]until you've seen one of these wilderness giants, you probably won't be able to relate.
They are the true, "King of the North[/glow]."
Ok I am in Scott....when do we leave