Thanks guys. I got lucky and pulled the tag with 4 points (I know you can hate me). Had a fantastic hunt, looked over a ton of bulls, had a 370" class bull at 100 yards for 45 minutes early in the hunt, but got pegged down by his cows. Saw this bull in my 14th day of hunting and moved in, called him in to 15 yards, I took the shot and hit him behind the shoulder, he ran off and stopped, I shot him again at 42 yards, (thats the 2nd shot far back in front of the hind quarter). I always keep shooting until any elk is on the ground, rifle or bow. He was quartering away but moved slightley at the shot so it hit farther back than I wanted. Goes to show how much an animal can move on longer shots. Arrow penetrated the length of his body and broadhead lodged in his brisket (I was shooting downhill a bit). He ended up bigger than I thought, was thinking 335" when I shot him. 55 & 56" beams, 18" royals, and 14-15" 5ths. Scored 342 5/8ths, short thirds are a killer sometimes! Doesnt matter, I'm ecstatic to have got this bull. I killed a 342 3/8ths bull in Utah in 2005 so i was trying best that bull, did it by 2/8ths! Awesome hunt and had my dad watching the whole thing through the spotter.