Late August seen Mr. Lynn Stinson return for his 3rd trip at Silvertine, this time he set his sites on harvesting a 500" Manitoban and a 500" Roosevelt. We he gotit done, and it was one of the longest 24hr days we ever had. The Mantioban was shot at daybreak, right out of the gate first day, and as majority of retrievals go very easy, just hard heavy work as the Manitobans are very large bodied. the Roosevelt on the other hand was right at dark, and too boot, like 1300lb Coastal Roosevelt, in a swampy area that took majority of the night to retrieve it. All in all it was a very long day, thanks Jason and Corey for your back-breaking hard work! The Manitoban scored out at 537" and the Roosevelt at 543". Congrats Lynn and see ya in November for that big whitetail!
* Steve Rahn * Owner/Outfitter of Silvertine.