Just back from another taylor highway success. My partner bagged a 57 inch bull and I took a 7ft calf eater. I know how much you guys like pictures so I will try and post a couple. Shot the bull on day 3. On the eve of day 2 we called him from about 1/2 mile out to within 400 yards but I did'nt take the shot. I figured that was a bit out of range for the old .375 shooting 270 grain arty rounds and it was 8:30pm. I could hardly see more then a sillouette in the Leopold 4 power. So we got up the next morning and called again and this behemeth came stomping in with his 2 girlfriends and a tree hanging out of his antlers. My partner and I seperated and of course he ran smack into my pard and he took him with one shot from his trusty 300 win mag at about 50 yards. On day 5 we are glassing again and see 2 wolves. Put a stalk on them but they ran off before we were in position. So we returned to our glassing area. We thought it was a little odd that they would leave so quickly but we soon found out why. A 7 ft bore was in the tree line that we could not see. So here we go, putting our 2nd stalk of the day on nearly the exact same spot. The bore never knew what hit him. The first shot put him down but he got back up. 2 more shots and he was down for the count. The hide was prime. Not a rub mark in it and the hair was thick and 4 inches long with perfect silvering of the tips. We harvested the hide and meat and called it an exceptional day. Tomorrow night we eat grizzly burgers and relive the hunt at the dinner table with the wife and sons. Tonight we had moose meatloaf.