R.L. Page wasn't done after his first Caribou harvest. With only a hunch, stick, & string, he struck out into the Canadian wildnerss on the final day of his Quebec hunting trip and returned with this beauty.
"Four days later on my son's birthday, as the migration thinned to cows and
calves, I played a hunch. I got up at 4 and was out of camp at 4:25. At 5 till 5 I got to the place my hunch told me a nice bull might pass if I was early enough. He came by about 10 minutes later and stopped at 88.8 yards. (I later ranged it with a friend's range-finder.) I focused on the sweet-spot and launched. My Bear Super-Razorhead went to the spot like a laser. Double lung and took out the artery cluster leaving his heart. He froze for 2-3 seconds then lunged about 15 yards forward and died."
66# Predator Recurve
2315 Easton Super-Slams
1979 Bear Super Razorheads
1961 Borsalino hat for luck