I put on some miles (boots) on Saturday and got a heck of a sunburn! As soon as I got back to the truck I spotted 2 grizz, go figure. They would have to wait til tomorrow. So the next morning I put the injun on one and sat on him for the better part of 2 hrs at 150 and then 70 yards trying to decide if I wanted to take him. As much as I wanted to make him grow, studying him from this angle and that, he still remained a little ol 5.5 footer! Oh well, I figured the 13B moose would be happy, he has a great coat, cheaper to tan, easy to pack out, and he offered a perfect shot!
So I watched him for the better part of 2 hours digging for roots. That was really great. At one point he started walking toward me and stopped at 33 yards. There was a few small willow between he and I at this point and if he kept coming I wouldn't have a clear shot until he's was in my lap! I chose a frontal shot while his head was down feeding. He was 100% facing towards me so I figured I would break his spine and the bullet would continue into his body cavity, painless. He dropped in his tracks and made one complete roll due to the slope, instant lights out, just the way I like it.
Good luck to the rest of you folks.