Summit Treestands
Land of the Free 2.0
Elk
Contributors to this thread:
shiloh 08-Nov-18
elkbuster 08-Nov-18
Big-Al 08-Nov-18
elkstabber 08-Nov-18
elkstabber 08-Nov-18
LUNG$HOT 08-Nov-18
midwest 08-Nov-18
W8N4RUT 08-Nov-18
shiloh 08-Nov-18
Bob H in NH 09-Nov-18
kylet 09-Nov-18
midwest 09-Nov-18
Ucsdryder 09-Nov-18
Ucsdryder 09-Nov-18
LUNG$HOT 09-Nov-18
ElkNut1 09-Nov-18
Bowfreak 09-Nov-18
ElkNut1 09-Nov-18
LINK 09-Nov-18
cnelk 09-Nov-18
grossklw 09-Nov-18
Trial153 09-Nov-18
Bowfreak 09-Nov-18
WapitiBob 09-Nov-18
stick n string 09-Nov-18
Ucsdryder 09-Nov-18
LINK 09-Nov-18
WV Mountaineer 09-Nov-18
Bowfreak 09-Nov-18
WapitiBob 09-Nov-18
stick n string 09-Nov-18
Bowsiteguy 09-Nov-18
Jaquomo 09-Nov-18
WV Mountaineer 09-Nov-18
Grunt-N-Gobble 09-Nov-18
oldgoat 10-Nov-18
Bob H in NH 10-Nov-18
ElkNut1 10-Nov-18
ElkNut1 10-Nov-18
Destroyer350 10-Nov-18
Bowfreak 10-Nov-18
ElkNut1 10-Nov-18
Ucsdryder 10-Nov-18
WV Mountaineer 10-Nov-18
ElkNut1 10-Nov-18
WapitiBob 11-Nov-18
Greg S 11-Nov-18
Jethro 11-Nov-18
Mossyhorn 11-Nov-18
Ucsdryder 11-Nov-18
WV Mountaineer 11-Nov-18
yooper89 11-Nov-18
snuffer 11-Nov-18
sasquatch 11-Nov-18
WapitiBob 11-Nov-18
ElkNut1 11-Nov-18
shiloh 11-Nov-18
ElkNut1 11-Nov-18
Snag 11-Nov-18
Jaquomo 11-Nov-18
Destroyer350 12-Nov-18
WV Mountaineer 12-Nov-18
Ucsdryder 12-Nov-18
cnelk 12-Nov-18
Ucsdryder 12-Nov-18
cnelk 12-Nov-18
Brotsky 12-Nov-18
elkstabber 12-Nov-18
Willieboat 12-Nov-18
Hoot 12-Nov-18
ElkNut1 12-Nov-18
WV Mountaineer 12-Nov-18
From: shiloh
08-Nov-18
Unless I missed the notice somewhere........the first video is up

From: elkbuster
08-Nov-18
can you put a link up? thanks

From: Big-Al
08-Nov-18
Great videos. Hush is doing a vid a day release too--youtube it.

From: elkstabber
08-Nov-18

elkstabber's Link
Here is the trailer.

From: elkstabber
08-Nov-18

elkstabber's Link
Episode 01.

From: LUNG$HOT
08-Nov-18
I think Corey Jacobsen is doing the same format this year as well. Funny how things “catch on” lol.

From: midwest
08-Nov-18
Corey's "Destination Elk"...

From: W8N4RUT
08-Nov-18
Really like these formats. Add Randy Newberg, Midwest whitetail, hunting public, etc. in their too. It’s the real deal hunting without the fist pumping dramatics you’ll find on TV.

From: shiloh
08-Nov-18
I agree.....MUCH better than the OC

From: Bob H in NH
09-Nov-18
Other than friends, how is hush ties to land of the free

From: kylet
09-Nov-18
They share some of the same sponsors

From: midwest
09-Nov-18
I have zero desire to hunt coastal roosies.

From: Ucsdryder
09-Nov-18
Hush seems to be a giant infomercial. I hope LOF doesn’t follow in their footsteps.

From: Ucsdryder
09-Nov-18
Midwest, you ain’t lying. My parents have a house very close to where those guys hunt. I still have zero desire to go hunt them.

From: LUNG$HOT
09-Nov-18
“I have zero desire to hunt coastal roosies.“

Not me. It’s definitely on my list of things to do, at least once in my lifetime.

From: ElkNut1
09-Nov-18
Yes, I agree I will hunt Roosies one of these days just to dis spell the myth that they need to be hunted differently.

I did watch 15 minutes of their opener but couldn't get into their way of doing things & I lost interest. I'm sure if a guy watched all of everything you'd enjoy it but too much slapstick for me! (grin) Too, I would approach their calling style differently especially for those pre-rut dates. It seems they are always calling 'Angry'

A lot of newer hunters will most likely enjoy the series. As some mention it's better than those Private Land Ranch hunts on TV for sure!

ElkNut/Paul

From: Bowfreak
09-Nov-18
ElkNut,

Those guys kill elk everywhere they go. I think their style works fine for them.

From: ElkNut1
09-Nov-18
Yes, they kill elk, but I guess what annoys me is how many elk they go through before they do. Certainly not bashing them at all, they appear to have a ton of fun & make money at it, can't argue with that! (grin)

For instance, notice how they approach situations with no rhyme or reason, they hear a bull at great distances & start bugling their way to them for the most part. They have no real plan, they use the same calling tactic on every elk, if it works; great, in most cases it does not so they look for another until they find an elk that does. I think they are used to expecting those things & are OK with it. Not me, I want to call in every bull I hear & some I don't hear but know they're there.

If they would focus more on what they're saying & what they're hearing from real bulls their success rate would be through the roof! By understanding the attitude & mood of each individual bull you can now tailor your calling (if needed) to what will interest them & not just toss any elk sound out there hoping something sticks!

I realize I'm a fanatic about such things so when I see encounters going south because hunters aren't communicating with elk instead they just toss out cow calls & bugles it drives me nuts! (big grin) My hats off to them for busting their rears & sharing their hunts with others no matter how they do it.

ElkNut/Paul

From: LINK
09-Nov-18
Yep there must be a lot of “angry” bulls out there as they do just fine.

From: cnelk
09-Nov-18
C'mon Elknut... You're just jealous that you're not as photogenic and want one those flat brimmed hats... :>)

From: grossklw
09-Nov-18
Paul this is no offense to you, as I very much look up to you as an elk hunting idol, but the main reason I and many people like the BRO guys is because of the simplicity of it all. Same with Corey Jacobsen and elk101 guys motto, get close, and try and piss them off, it's simple. Now I could do without all of the bromancing and hugging everytime something good happens, but overall enjoy the content.

I've watched all your videos, have your playbook, and even use your chuckler, but at times the intricate details and what seems like endless number of scenarios you go through makes it difficult to know what situation I'm even looking at based on their bugle/cows/etc...

That's the one of the great things about elk hunting though, different ways to get it done, you obviously have it figured out better than 99% of people including me; but I like it simple, hear bull, get close, make bull mad, kill bull. Take it for what it's worth as I've only been on 2 elk hunts but I'm 2/2 as a non-ressy on general tags and have many other great elk experiences that didn't end with an arrow flung but did have an awesome experience.

You should start filming your hunts as well Paul if you could swing it, there'd be a lot of interest I bet.

From: Trial153
09-Nov-18
Way better then watching some clowns with LO tags in NM or Utah hunting ground that none of us will ever walk on.

From: Bowfreak
09-Nov-18
This simple hike, challenge and repeat style is a direct threat to what ElkNut preaches. Of course he would not be fond of it.....

From: WapitiBob
09-Nov-18
It's entertainment; watch it for what it is.

Average guys, filming their days afield, and having fun doing it.

09-Nov-18
Everybody hunts the way they hunt, bowfreak. And thats ok. Honestly, its the best way, isnt it? If everybody liked hunting the sane way, we’d all be messin eachother up all the time.

The BRO boys and elknut each know how to kill elk and they differ on how that happens, thats plain and simple. IMO, He isnt bashing them, he just has deeper roots into knowing how to kill a bull in ANY situation vs just killing the kamakaze bulls. Nothing wrong with that. To me, its the same thing as a fly fisherman vs someone that uses a boat and trolls, or to keep it archery, the guy who hunts with a bow, a muzzleloader and/or a rifle when that season is in versus the guy who only bowhunts. Nothin wrong with any of it.

I enjoy all of the posts that each of you contribute. To me, you each are one of the many many many examples of why bowsite is a great place. Seems like a touch of animosity here, i hope like heck im wrong. Ur two of the good ones....

From: Ucsdryder
09-Nov-18
Sure has been a slow season so far...not a single tear from the skinny guy.

The face painting had me laughing though.

From: LINK
09-Nov-18
Lol^^^^

Cody will cry once they kill a bull, just give it time. I’m not known from crying but he seams like a great guy. All of them do.

09-Nov-18
They kill elk and make for fun hunting. They kill elk every where they hunt, every year. It might be a numbers game with them but, I like their numbers. I think they'd be a hoot to hunt with. And, they do what everyone else does when they are close. They try to call the bull in and kill it. Not much market for videos of playing hide and seek with Bulls. And, when you hear a random bugle in a general direction you must locate it before charging in when the wind is in the elk's favor.

Are there better elk hunters? Probably. Many here could fight for that title. Are there better elk killers? Not sure of that. They roll into the unknowns and kill elk EVERY single year. Not one or two either. Wasn't that long ago they went to Wyoming and killed 7 for 7. In two weeks. Its a hoot to watch them.

From: Bowfreak
09-Nov-18
Stick n string,

He isn't bashing them....he just wants everyone to know how many bulls he would have sweet talked that those novices didn't.

From: WapitiBob
09-Nov-18
More of a critique actually. Paul believes in his methods, the bro's believe in theirs.

09-Nov-18
Bummer

From: Bowsiteguy
09-Nov-18
You have a guy on here who is willing to give you the gold standard and you say he is jealous and he's too complicated for you? Stick n string laid it out for you. Fly fisherman vs. bait fisherman is a great analogy. Those guys are fun, and Paul is pointing out that there is more to it. He's at a different level. Both are way above my level, but I would like to learn as much of the subtleties as possible. The great majority on here are darn glad Paul is willing to share.

From: Jaquomo
09-Nov-18
Occam's Razor is a theory applied to most scientific problem solving processes, as well as many aspects of elk hunting.

"Occam's razor,  (also Ockham's "law of parsimony") is the problem-solving principle that the simplest solution tends to be the correct one. When presented with competing hypotheses to solve a problem, one should select the solution with the fewest assumptions. The idea is attributed to William of Ockham (c. 1287–1347), who was an English Franciscan friar, scholastic philosopher, and theologian."

09-Nov-18

WV Mountaineer's Link
Click the supplied link and enter their prize drawings. :^) They are giving away a lot of great stuff. Packs, bino's, Benchmade knives, First Lite clothing, etc.....

09-Nov-18
As a novice elk hunter from back east, the simplicity of the BRO's method is very appealing. And Paul's methods are as well, however for a guy like myself, there are so many situations Paul talks about, im not sure i could tell which one i might be in.

Case in point, i got into elk the last 3 days of my hunt this year. The 1st was them coming in silent in thick cover and just no opportunity for a shot. The last 2 i got into a couple bulls bugling and we went back and forth. Me cow calling and bugling and i just couldnt get him to close the distance and show himself. It was a blast but frustrating at the same time. Subtle didnt work and aggressive didnt work but it produced better results overall.

And even Cory's methods keep it simple, but i see where Paul is coming from too. For the seasoned successful elk hunter, IMO his methods are a refinement to an already good caller who recognizes and understands the situation they are in . But for us back east guys, its a lot to digest. And Paul, if you read this, Ive got your play book and at least one dvd. I think its good stuff, but i think a little overwhelming for new hunters.

From: oldgoat
10-Nov-18
I'm glad they are doing the drawings different this year, I like to wait to watch their videos and others till after all my seasons are over, last year I had to stay glued to the releases to get in the drawings, at least that is what I remember!

From: Bob H in NH
10-Nov-18
It's like the pickup lines in a bar. Some guys have one approach and get a girl regularly but may go through a few first. Then there's the guy who gets every pickup attempt he tries cause of a bigger bag of tricks

From: ElkNut1
10-Nov-18
Guys, wow! Lots of info here! I appreciate most of the thoughts here & certainly we are all entitled to an opinion & I respect that, heck it's what makes the world go around! (grin)

I'd be the first to say that the BRO guys are doing the best they can, no one can take that from them & I believe no one is! But we can't help but watch videos they put out for public viewing. Many new hunters will imitate what they see, problem is they don't have 30 days to elk hunt, they need to take advantage of every encounter, you can only do this through understanding what makes elk tick certain times of Sept!

I agree they are entertaining but with all the prep work, miles & monies involved to line up & produce 50 days of elk hunting it's a bit more than just entertainment for them, in the long run they must show positive results & yes they do that but in-between the success they do miss out on a lot of golden opportunities they have with elk. I know, so what, we all do here & there! There's no way for them to script thick cover, wind switching at the last second, no elk in area or few elk at all! With these things in mind it's important to take advantage of every encounter even if it's one bugle from a bull especially on OTC public land hunts!

This means you need to understand Elk Behavior during different phases of the rut. The more knowledge & first hand experience we have the better we can adjust & tailor our setups & calling sequences to each bull as individuals. All bugles are not created equal & so they should not be responded to with one tone with the most emotion we can muster up. If we do this we we will lose out on a ton of encounters, if we insist on this path hopefully we have enough days to hunt until we find a bull that will cooperate!

Elk are flesh & blood as are we, they are not robots. Do we raise our voice to every guy we come in contact with or do we allow a situation to dictate our tone!

Elk hunting is no different! When we understand there's a time for social communication, rutting communication & a time for challenging situations then we are learning elk behavior!

If you hear one bugle as they did at a distance how would you approach this encounter to give yourself the best odds of killing that bull? Balls in your court!

ElkNut/Paul

From: ElkNut1
10-Nov-18

Mark, what does this mean?

ElkNut/Paul

"This simple hike, challenge and repeat style is a direct threat to what ElkNut preaches. Of course he would not be fond of it..... "

From: Destroyer350
10-Nov-18
WV trying to get those extra entries lol.

From: Bowfreak
10-Nov-18
Paul,

You know what it means. It means people who subscribe to their style won't be needing your playbook.

From: ElkNut1
10-Nov-18
Mark, you can't be serious! This isn't about money! It's about helping others to become better elk hunters! You do not have to buy a single thing from me, I will happily share anything you'd like to know. I know it seems like the way of the world but that is not me! Thank you!

ElkNut/Paul

From: Ucsdryder
10-Nov-18
I don’t understand why they don’t get out before first light and try to find bugles. Elk are more likely to bugle at night or sunrise and they’re in camp eating breakfast burritos.

10-Nov-18
"WV trying to get those extra entries lol."

Who me? Nah, not me. :^)

From: ElkNut1
10-Nov-18
True, getting out before light has its advantages! They mentioned that they were high up so were concerned with thermals going down to the elk so waited. I don't agree but that's just me! I find elk first, once found (through sound) like the BRO team I then evaluate & form a plan from that single response. Game on, anyone cane do it!

ElkNut/Paul

From: WapitiBob
11-Nov-18
They're hunting private timber lands that are open to hunting access. Depending on the road system there may not be a way to easily get down the ridge and under an elk.

From: Greg S
11-Nov-18
A couple things from the comments. 1.their style of tromping in forever and bugling might not make sense to a lot of elk hunters. But if you’ve spent much time hunting Roosevelt’s you would understand how hard it would be to film the hunt. I think their “catroad shuffle” allows to film and share the hunt. I’ve killed 5 Roosevelt’s in last 6 years and only 1 has been called in. I stalk and ambush with great success but filming is a whole nother thing. 2. As far as getting out before light...Trent is hunting 45 days in a row. I’m pretty gassed after 6-10 days in a row that I commonly do when I’m after it. I can’t imagine going before sun up to after sunset for 45-50 days! The way they prefer to hunt also plays in where they prefer to call the herd bull away while his cows are bedded and he will come away from them somewhat. Just a few thoughts on why they do what they do. Enjoy the series.

From: Jethro
11-Nov-18
Ucsdryder, I thought the same thing. Latest video was the First Lite guy last full day to hunt and the Bro boys still couldn't get out of the sleeping bag.

From: Mossyhorn
11-Nov-18
I can't help but be bothered about them waking up at O'dark thirty and still dicking around in camp well after the sun is up! HA HA! I couldn't hunt with someone that screws around for that long and is that unorganized, forgetting half their crap in camp. No way. It's their deal, so they can do what they want, just makes me cringe. Way too lackadaisical. Oh and the full volume talking in the woods, all the time. Oh well, I guess they kill a lot more elk than I do! LOL!

From: Ucsdryder
11-Nov-18
Even if they couldn’t get them first thing in the morning at least locate them then make a plan. All that being said, you can always get the wind right. Go around to the bottom, male a big circle, whatever. Would be better than walking around all afternoon complaining about no elk talking.

I agree mossyhorn. I get cranky when we hit the trail 10 minutes after we’re supposed to! I couldn’t imagine hanging around camp for a couple hours!

All that said, I enjoy the series very much. Well I enjoyed last years very much, this season had been booooooooring.

11-Nov-18
Looking back on their series, they only seem to "dick" around when they have somebody that is hunting with them like the Hush Crew and, the First Lite fella. So who is truly "dicking" around?

Here is why they are killers. They hunt extremely thick country at home. They hunt Elk that are tough to find in all that brush. They surely aren't the tacticians some here likely are. But they kill stuff. Isn't that what we are all trying to do? But, seeing and being able to truly develop a game plan is much easier in other elk country. In other words, if they kill there consistently, they will kill anywhere consistently.

I'm not defending them. But I'm not going to knock them either. I'm betting before the season is over, each one of them that hunts puts up as many kills as anyone here saying they are doing it wrong. Watch it for what it is. They are good elk hunters that hunt with some great elk hunters. It is going to get real soon enough.

From: yooper89
11-Nov-18
Lot of armchair QBs in here. Enjoy it for what it is.

WV, you got an extra ten entries from me!

From: snuffer
11-Nov-18
Love the series, my only question is why they dont have a shower setup ? Last year i think Trent mentioned he had 2 showers in 50 days ! LOL

From: sasquatch
11-Nov-18
I agree snugger. A shower is at the top of my priority list!! At camp.

Even if spike out, I shower with my water bladder. Add some boiling water and make it “warm” 2 liters can get you a decent back country cleaning.

From: WapitiBob
11-Nov-18
And I thought Teen Beat was out of circulation.

From: ElkNut1
11-Nov-18

There generally is no easy way to get to elk, those buggers seem to be in places they make us earn anything we get! (grin) The BRO guys do a great job covering ground & going where they hope to locate elk or in the general direction they heard one, I believe most here hunt in this manner?

I hunt timber country & call to locate as they do, very little glassing, we cover a lot of miles (my son & I) to find a bull, once one is heard we go to him unannounced the best we can, it doesn't matter where we start our hunt. We can be high, low & anywhere in-between, once elk is found through calling we then will worry about wind & position as we make our approach. I'm sure the BRO guys are similar in action. It's all about locating vocal elk, that's when the real hunt starts! We find so few elk these days in Idaho that we do everything we can to Call that bull in, we do not give up easily on any of them!

My earlier thoughts on their 'Leaving Things On The Table' was not a cut on them, it was an evaluation. I've found over the years & the many mistakes I used to make that it's important to listen to the Bugle & how many I heard no matter how it was heard. I listen to its tone & emotion, this will tell me what the attitude & mindset of the bull is, it could be a Lazy/Lethargic bed type bugle to a Challenge Bugle. The lazy bugles will get Slow Played & the Challenge Bugles or Aggressive Bugles will be played aggressively, this simple strategy works very well no matter if it's Pre-Rut or Peak Rut on OTC elk hunts. The Slow Played bull is the hardest, it requires patience & I must paint a picture in the bulls mind that plays on his curiosity, this is key when he is not in an aggressive mood, if I started out of the gate with aggressive action he will generally shut down or move off not to be heard from again. That would suck if I just rode 5-6 miles in on bikes as they did & finally found a bull late morning & walked for the next hour through a jungle! I need to be prepared physically & mentally & Always have a positive confident attitude.

Best odds to have a shot opportunity on that bull in heavy cover is to have a plan that will pull him to you, you are not going to sneak in on him. Being it's Aug 25th gets my full attention, this is huge & helps me to have a plan where my odds are very good to pull this bull in. Being late morning I know he's in his bedding area, I should have a captive audience plus there's a good chance there's additional bulls/satellites around. Get within a couple hundred yards of where I feel he is & go into an Advertising Sequence. (no cow calls) These bugles are more in the Lonesome Charlie variety, no challenging or obnoxious screaming for this tactic. This will get this bulls attention that you are not a bull he is familiar with being in his area, he will not know who you are by your bugles & this will intrigue him through your persistent/creative bugles, moans & groans along with subtle raking, this is how bulls will introduce themselves into a new area. This bull will want to check you out to size you up, he is not looking for a fight. Be persistent in your calling & have a good setup, the bull will most likely show up silent so be very watchful.

If he doesn't show in 20 minutes or so pull out a set of antlers, start rattling lightly & elevate the rattling so you know he can hear it, this shows a 2nd bull is there now & they are sparring, really play it up & down, be realistic! Play this up with stomping around & thrashing brush etc. You will be surprised how this simple technique can stir to action a bull who only bugled one time & showed no aggression, he will show up! This is what I was referring to in having a plan in place for this bull!

Please understand, I'm not stepping on toes here, just sharing some info that has upped my odds & treating bulls as individuals!

ElkNut/Paul

From: shiloh
11-Nov-18
I could learn something from you Paul and I bet the BRO guys would to. They don’t seem like they are too prideful to learn. Kind of like when they were hunting with Jacobsen last year. They seemed to be lapping up the knowledge. I know this will gets some laughs, but you hunt elk similar to how I hunt turkeys. Very similar.

From: ElkNut1
11-Nov-18
Josh, thanks bud! Yes, I agree I feel they are great guys & would be fun to hunt with. No doubt they end up getting more serious as encounters come to light!

Yes Corey & Dirk were a huge plus to their success last year, it's tough to replace guys of that caliber!

ElkNut/Paul

From: Snag
11-Nov-18
Bottom line...they love hunting with friends and family AND they pack meat out. Maybe not the way others here do, but so what. It’s their way...and I bet no one has anymore fun then these guys. Their mission, or passion, is to encourage others to get out and enjoy hunting with others. Good stuff!

From: Jaquomo
11-Nov-18

From: Destroyer350
12-Nov-18
Such a great video from last night. Glad to see them finally get something on the ground! EDIT - Haha. Sorry WV, spoiler alert!!

12-Nov-18
Dang it destroyer! I ain’t got to watch it yet!!!!!!!!

From: Ucsdryder
12-Nov-18
It’s funny. They finally did the play people have been calling for and guess what? Wake up early, look for elk, don’t go in 100 mph, rake, etc. Could have been a coincidence, but it’s just funny that it played out like some have suggested and it worked!

Fun episode! A Stick bow in that country has to be crazy frustrating! At least with a flat shooting bow you can shoot through little openings!

From: cnelk
12-Nov-18
I watched them work that bull.

I did wonder why the guy didnt kneel down and shoot under the limbs instead of keep standing. Your range extends a lot when you get under those low branches

From: Ucsdryder
12-Nov-18
Can you do that with a long bow?

From: cnelk
12-Nov-18
"Can you do that with a long bow?"

Its all about the 'cant' of the bow - plus he had a recurve, not a long bow

From: Brotsky
12-Nov-18
When I watch the BRO guys I see guys I'd like to hunt with. Guys that like to have fun and still work hard at killing stuff. When did everything become so serious that you can't have a good time and a breakfast burrito once in awhile?

From: elkstabber
12-Nov-18
Paul, you should host the BRO guys on a hunt while it's being filmed. We would all learn a lot.

From: Willieboat
12-Nov-18
Why all the drama over how they hunt ??? They seem to be killing elk just fine.

As Wapitibob pointed out....its just entertainment ;)

From: Hoot
12-Nov-18
Jaq...now now, don’t you know that if someone hunts one way it HAS to be that they don’t know any other way...

No way you can tell me that they simply enjoy their way more than any other method. Nope that’s a cop out for lack of and/or inferior knowledge...but I’m sure they’re great guys...

From: ElkNut1
12-Nov-18
Curt, I'm sure they'd be a blast to hunt with, they're regular guys just like the rest of us! Not sure they'd want to hunt with an ole fart like me, I probably couldn't keep up with them! -- Anytime we're putting elk on the ground we're having fun! (grin)

ElkNut/Paul

12-Nov-18
Without seeing it. And to help someone like me, what exactly did they do that aligned with the responses here, different that made this successful for them. Versus what they had been doing?

To clarify, they heard one bull twice and never could pin point him. They heard a couple other bugles but they were all single responses or the elk moved out after responding. So what pet say was the best move in those situations. I’m being serious too.

To the inexperienced hunter like me, I didn’t see where they had all these options that keeps getting referred to. Other then being on the move at daylight. I’m serious too. We seem to have a lot of critique from experienced elk hunters. And, I’m Always up for learning.

  • Sitka Gear