WATCH: Bro Gets Some Of The Sickest Cougar Stalking Elk Video EVER!

You never know what you're going to see when you get out there.

Written by Outdoor Beasts Staff on November 17, 2017

You never know what you’re going to see when you get out there.

They were out on a hunt, looking for game. For these bros, it’s something they do.

But for the animals they caught on film? This is another regular day.

From the vantage point the were watching them, they could watch both the predator and prey from that moment of first contact.

The Cougar looked like it was making a decision: Spring? Or wait and move in closer?

The Elk stood their ground, too, maybe deciding whether that noise or scent they caught was a threat or not.

All three animals stood stone-still for a moment, until the cougar made his move.

You can hear the appreciation of this amazing moment in the hushed voices of the hunters as they look on.

But, because this is real life, and not staged, there are some things the camera can catch… and some that it can’t.

Great footage, though.

Thanks guys!

The description from Montana Sportsman’s original youtube:

Out deer and elk hunting when we come across two nice Bull Elk being stalked by a large Cougar. Unfortunately, the cat pushed the elk further onto private property and we never got the chance to see them again. Just another day hunting in Montana.

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