I finally uploaded a video that I took of my buddy's father in law and my brother shooting a couple of caribou up north. We were using the Montana Decoy Caribou prototype and wouldn't have gotten these bulls without it. They spotted us from about 300 yards and took off running. They got to the top of a ridge nearly a half mile away, and we held up the decoy. They saw the decoy and started working back toward us, so we sat still waiting for them to come in. My buddy held up the decoy and I hunkered down behind him to video. Wouldn't have been so bad if he could have kept from farting so much while I was that close to him. I'm sure the bulls would have worked in closer, but a big gust of wind knocked the caribou down out of my buddies hands and the bull put on the breaks and stared him down. My brother had first shot and was lined up on the smaller bull so he shot him. I was zoomed in on the larger bull so I didn't get his shot on video. The larger bull got shot shortly afterwards, but it wasn't a killing shot. He ran quite a ways and layed up on the side of a lake. It didn't take too long to get up close to put another round in him and finish him off. Problem was he decided to head out into the lake when the last shot hit him. Luckily he blew back in close enough to shore to reach out and grab him.
The wind was howling good fashion, so I appologize in advance for the wind noise. I'm also not sure why this video uploaded the way it did on youtube. It seems like the frame timing is off, but it is fine when I watch it off the computer.
Oh yea, my brothers bou piled up pretty hard so I had to give a quick replay on that. Don't see them pile up like that often.