No, the horns on the one that gave me the shakes last year curved down closer to his back. He's still there, somewhere.
Given the conditions there this year, and the animals that we saw, I am very happy with the bull that I shot.
The grass in much of the open areas was so high and thick that it was very difficult to spot the animals. Even when we drove through some areas, and we were standing in the back of the bakke, the grass was above our heads. We only saw a small fraction of the number of Sable that we saw last year. On many of our stalks, we saw tracks of many more animals than we saw animals.