Bull of the Woods is an area, not a destination. It ranges from Elk Lake to Pansy Lake, and includes numerous lakes, one stream, an authentic lookout and several abandoned gold mines.
Many of the lakes were stocked in the '30s, by air. The fish are persistent, and manage to survive from year to year, but do not get large. Elke Lake Creek, which looks like a beautiful fishing area, and is. However, the lakes and creeks are so cold there isn't a lot of food, and the fish are rarely if ever larger than the equivalent of one hot dog.
The trails tend to be uphill or downhill, and take their toll of knees.
For people with patience, this is an absolutely wonderful area. There are traces still of the "slack line", and early telegraph line for communication with fire crews. It used a heavy aluminum wire and doughnut-shaped insulators, so that when a tree fell across it the line wouldn't break.
An early book about it, which I haven't been able to find, is entitled "Oregon's Hidden Wilderness". It has some of the most beautiful camping sites in the entire world.