Summit Treestands
Colorado
Elk
Contributors to this thread:
Bowhntn 19-Jul-21
JohnMC 19-Jul-21
Bowhntn 19-Jul-21
kentuckbowhnter 19-Jul-21
LINK 19-Jul-21
Glunt@work 19-Jul-21
Jaquomo 19-Jul-21
Paul@thefort 19-Jul-21
From: Bowhntn
19-Jul-21
Ok guys what dates in September do you like to Archery hunt elk in Colorado? Do you try to be first in, Hunt the moon or the rut etc. Just trying to pass the time till September ??

From: JohnMC
19-Jul-21
I find less pressure the week before season.

From: Bowhntn
19-Jul-21
Ok guys what dates in September do you like to Archery hunt elk in Colorado? Do you try to be first in, Hunt the moon or the rut etc. Just trying to pass the time till September ??

19-Jul-21
we have had success every week over the years but i prefer the last ten days because it tends to be cooler and a lot of other factors that must be kept secret.

From: LINK
19-Jul-21
I like it the first week before they are all pushed into the nastiest spots you can find.

From: Glunt@work
19-Jul-21
Each week has positives and negatives that usually ends up averaging out.

Hotter and elk closer to popular access the first week.

Cooler and more vocal the last week but have had 3 weeks of pressure.

From: Jaquomo
19-Jul-21
All depends upon where you're hunting.

From: Paul@thefort
19-Jul-21
Last year's bull, Sept 17, (missed on on Sept 3) the year before killed on Sept 4. I like the early part of the season prior to the ML season as I hunt over a wallow (s) early on. Later, mid Sept when the bull may be more rut active, I will get more aggressive and move around and call more. Being retired, I can hunt all 29 days. Every day of the elk season is a blessing.

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