I know a guy that takes all of his fish pictures that he's caught like that. He's an expert on using camera perspective to make the fish seem huge. Even going as far as making sure that none of his fingers are in the picture, just the fish and his body, which is an arms length behind the fish. If you ask him if he measured or weighed the fish the answer is always "No, I wanted to get it back in the water as fast as I could." My reply to that was "You know they make a net with a scale built into the handle, you could use that and not lose any time."
Post by Woody Williams on Sept 23, 2021 18:04:29 GMT -5
LMO/Todd Ayers Ky ELK
‼️Breaking News UPDATE‼️
LUCKY 🍀 the Kentucky WAPITI——
The Todd Ayers Bull has been green scored by an official Boone & Crockett measurer with a gross score of over 400 inches and, after 60-days drying period, is expected to easily become the new Kentucky state record typical elk in the Boone & Crockett records.
We should know the final score sometime around November 16th. That will be the 60th day of drying time.
Thank you to all of our LMO followers, fellow hunters, and everyone who have congratulated our hunter. Thank you for all the positive comments. Almost 600 shares and almost 200,000 have viewed or reacted to the Lucky post. We are humbled by this experience and all of you have made it that much more special. LMO truly has been blessed with so many special hunts over the years, we do not take one of them for granted and we will never forget one of them, especially not a hunt like we had with Todd Ayers.
3 years of chasing Lucky and for the past 16 months this bull owned my life - I gave everything to keep up with him throughout the year. A true memory and hunt of a lifetime.
🍀Lucky…the bull that will forever be remembered and honored.
We are so thankful for our huge LMO family that we have grown over the years and look forward to welcoming many more to our family in the years to come.