Patrick Gottsch of Columbia River Knife & Tool says the phrase “blood lines to blood trails” was fitting for his hunt last season in Oregon’s Fossil Unit. After celebrating his eldest daughter’s 21st the night before, he harvested this three-point the next day. As for the blood trail, it took four hours of following to find the downed buck “only to find him literally 40 yards from where I shot. It was a great story.” Kudos for the tenacity. (BROWNING PHOTO CONTEST)

Patrick Gottsch of Columbia River Knife & Tool says the phrase “blood lines to blood trails” was fitting for his hunt last season in Oregon’s Fossil Unit. After celebrating his eldest daughter’s 21st the night before, he harvested this three-point the next day. As for the blood trail, it took four hours of following to find the downed buck “only to find him literally 40 yards from where I shot. It was a great story.” Kudos for the tenacity. (BROWNING PHOTO CONTEST)

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