In this latest installment of the Major League Chuckers film franchise, we again take you into the high Rocky Mountains. Both my brothers, my father and myself running the guns.
This incredibly fun hunt is part of my spring hunting regimen, and it helps keep me active as well as sharpening all the shooting senses. Spotting these cunning little creatures takes talent at times, as does hitting them in their low-lying hideouts. Sometimes you go for the direct hit on their tiny pudding pot, and other times you literally bounce the bullet (or splatter it) into the target if it needs so.
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Our late spring this year has delayed access to some of our favorite Marmot country. But the heat of July has melted enough snow for us to finally get back into some of our favorite places, and I’m happy to share the latest hunting adventure from nine-thousand feet:
The latest installment of your favorite series of varmint hunting adventures:
Todays chucks were mostly hunted with My SRS M2 in 6 GT, lots of springtime weather including snow and wind made this one a little more challenging than others. Hunting Marmots (woodchucks, rockchucks, groundhogs, etc.) is an incredibly fun hunting activity, if you haven’t tried it, you need to try Springtime Chuckin’.