Well guys as some of you may recall my post, I finally drew a bull moose tag here in Maine after putting in for 16 years. I figured I'd do a little write up of how things are going, update here with some trail camera pictures and some info of how my scouting is going... Last week my father and I did some scouting in one area that we are going to hunt. There is a very remote pond out in the middle of no where, with only a few logging roads that get nearby. I have been scouring google earth photos of the area and making notes on the map of where I want to check out. This pond was one of my main areas I wanted to focus on, especially right now because of the warm temps a lot of moose will be hanging near water and in the north woods those ponds are usually surrounded by softwood forests.. It was about .3 tenths of a mile from the nearest spot we could park the truck and hike in to get a look.. On the walk in it was so thick we couldn't see more than 10' at times! But I did notice a few game trails with moose tracks in them. As we got to the waters edge I could see a moose out in the pond close to 300 yards away. Looking through my binoculars I saw that it was a very decent looking bull! Bingo! That's what I'm looking for! Scanning the rest of the pond there was another small bull out in the middle, at the time only his hump was out of the water. I didn't know it was a moose until his head came up for air! Doing a little more glassing, on the other side of the pond was another moose which turned out to be a cow and her calf. So here we are at the first spot we want to check out and there is 4 moose right in front of us, one being a bull that will be a contender come October! I put a cam out on a wicked trail on the edge of the pond, hoping to catch more bulls in the area. The surrounding forest has been cut some in the last couple years, and it was beat up with moose tracks! Down the road a ways another bull stepped out in front of us, and he is going to be a decent bull as well! Things have sure started out looking promising. I'm out to kill a respectable bull with my bow. I'd love to get a 50"+ bull and my chances are quite good for that, but I'm also not going to pass a good shot on a smaller bull with my bow in hand. Here's a couple pictures of the two bigger bulls we saw. I'll be heading up to check the camera I put out in a day or so and also hang another in a different spot. I've switched to FMJ's and going to use Exodus heads. My finished arrow weight is 476gr. and should do the trick just fine on a big ol bull! Sorry for the quality of these pics they are from my cell phone zoomed in.