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8 Hunting For Elks

Hunting For Elks

Posted on April 23, 2012 by team

All in all they had three licences available: for 2 elks and 1 wild boar. The huntsmen confirmed – according to the tracks in the forest there are both elks and boars.

Only elk males can be shot down. Females are inviolable or you’ll have to pay a huge fine. The same with boars.

The team is divided into two groups: the first, with guns, will stand on “the numbers” in a shooting line, others will drive animals in the ambush direction. The second group will wear yellow jackets not be shot instead of animals…

The second group is taken to another end of the forest to start from there…

The huntsmen help to define the direction.

Wind-fallen trees

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8 Responses to “Hunting For Elks”

  1. Moola the Slave Girl says:

    Real men hunt with knives only.

  2. xmz says:

    Moose not elk.

  3. Y5K says:

    Cruel thing but this is the world we live in. One should be a predator or else he is just a prey anyway. The difference between humans and animals on this matter is that man dreams about the utopia without predator nor prey. The utopia itself is worth dreaming about, but will never come true.

  4. Mister Dog says:

    No size limit? In Alaska, with rare exceptions, you could not shoot a moose that young.

  5. Dan says:

    That is interesting that in Russia you are allowed to have more shooters in the hunting than you have licences (assuming these guys were hunting legally). In the US you can have others help you drive the animals around but only the holders of the licenses are allowed to have weapons. Also, you may only have a weapon as long as you have a license and you cannot shoot for someone else’s license.

  6. Pacific NW says:

    It’s a Moose.

  7. GrafvonMoltke says:

    And there was me thinking all that happened on Russian hunts was being chased by drunken bears

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