The 2016 Whitetail hunt was another challenging hunt, however, we exceeded expectations with the weather we were dealing with.
The temperature for the first 20 days of November averaged around 60 degrees F which allowed the deer to move in the darkness. The last 20 days was more successful with some cooler temperatures and a bit of snow making the deer move in daylight.
Since November, the deer have been enjoying mostly mild temperatures (around 32 degrees F) with the odd days here and there of -25 degrees F. They are doing well.
A lot of exceptional mature Whitetail Deer were spottted but not harvested. Nor were they seen again. It was rather tough hunting conditions.
Harry Simpson shot a 192” whitetail with veteran guide Taylor Korol.
Steve Letnes harvested a 175” 5X5.
Roman Ertelt bagged a 150” 4X4.
Darryl Stanley took out an old mature 4X4.
Roger Krantz shot a 160”.
Bill Ingram and Mike Mackay each got mid 150’s
And James Yachetti shot an old mature warrior.