So much of hunting is about your timing.? Being in the right place at the right time.? We spend countless hours studying, researching, and scouting to place ourselves in the right place at the right time.? We practice different scenarios so we can time when to draw back just right, when to take the shot.? Timing is key.

Well in this sitiation timing was not in the elks favor.? He was in the wrong place at the wrong time, seriously what are the odds of this happening?


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  1. That is interesting. To be honest, though, I”m always skeptical of the validity of these types of pictures on the internet. If that thing is real, I think the odds are probably at least a million to one.

    1. I agree, there are too many people that have photoshop. It’s hard to trust what you see but that being said I’m sure somewhere out there some time this has happened. I’ve never thought about it before!! You have a better chance of getting struck by lightening than a tree falling on a bull elk, a nice big bull elk!!

  2. Very slim, I would say, but stranger things have happened.

  3. This is not a real picture. Where is the rest of the bulls body? That is too big of a bull to not see his body behind the tree. The backside of his antlers would also be damaged. There is no way that the tree could be in that position without it having damaged the right fronts as well. Cool Picture, but I don’t buy it!

  4. It is so hard to tell what is real and fake anymore with everyone getting so good at photo shop. While this is a cool picture, I agree that it is fake. The thing that tipped me off on this is the shadows. You can see the shadow for the tree, but there is no shadow for the antlers.

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