January 8, 2009
Glasgow resident Jacob "Jake" Mix, right, displays his first deer, a fine white-tailed buck recently taken while accompanying Hinsdale-area resident Eric Albus, left. Albus is the proprietor of Milk River Outfitters, and he donated his time for the hunt.
Michael George helped his daughter Michaela, 13, to her first deer on a hunt near the Yellowstone River. The deer were shot 10 yards from each other and about one hour apart. George stopped his daughter's buck for a standing shot by using his deer call - shouting "Hey!" Michael explained to Michaelah, "It is not usually this easy, ever!"
Beth Klunder and her son, Ryan, show the bighorn ram she shot after a three-hour stalk in the Pintlar Range with a single shot at 40 yards with her .270-caliber rifle. The ram is expected to score somewhere in the 190s under the Boone and Crockett Club scoring system.