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Elk
Contributors to this thread:
Huntcell 28-Sep-19
JohnMC 28-Sep-19
SixLomaz 28-Sep-19
ahunter76 28-Sep-19
WV Mountaineer 28-Sep-19
lewis 28-Sep-19
Dale06 28-Sep-19
jstephens61 28-Sep-19
4blade 28-Sep-19
westslope 29-Sep-19
Newmrc 29-Sep-19
drycreek 29-Sep-19
Bowboy 29-Sep-19
Stew75 29-Sep-19
Matt 30-Sep-19
From: Huntcell
28-Sep-19

Huntcell 's Link
As close as it gets!

From: JohnMC
28-Sep-19
That was cool

From: SixLomaz
28-Sep-19
Now the hunter is totally elk-ed in. Scent cover and all. Awesome encounter.

From: ahunter76
28-Sep-19
this happened to a friend of mine. He put his hand out & the calf put his nose into it & then walked away with mom.

28-Sep-19
Very Cool.

From: lewis
28-Sep-19
Extremely cool thanks for sharing Lewis

From: Dale06
28-Sep-19
Amazing. Thanks for sharing

From: jstephens61
28-Sep-19
Now my wife wonders why elk hunting is so tough.

From: 4blade
28-Sep-19
I've had a calf walk up to me one time and stuck their face right in mine while I was down on my knees in the sage, prolly a foot away. The eye to eye contact startled it I think but it only ran off about 15 feet to get a drink.

From: westslope
29-Sep-19
I had a very similar experience this season on opening day. Sitting above a herd of elk in an aspen grove with a bull bugling. While waiting for a good view of the bull a few cows started to feed up the hill towards me. A large mature cow pops out about 30 yards to my left and starts walking towards me. She walks right up to me and starts sniffing my head and neck, literally touching me with her nose! I thought she was going to bite me with a test nibble so I moved my head to bump her nose which caused her to jump away. Very cool experience.

From: Newmrc
29-Sep-19
Cool video. Thanks for posting.

From: drycreek
29-Sep-19
My son had a close encounter with a whitetail spike similar to that. He was hunting in one of my homemade ground blinds. Since it was warm, he had the door partially open. He heard a deer behind him and swiveled around to see the spike stick his head into the opening. The deer pulled back, stood there a second, then stuck his head into the blind again. My son didn’t move and after a lot of close range sniffing, the deer walked away. My son said all he could think of was what would happen if the buck came into the blind and THEN got scared !

From: Bowboy
29-Sep-19
He must not of eaten chili mac the night before:)

From: Stew75
29-Sep-19
Very cool.

Few years back I was calling for a bud. We had a few cows and a bull off to our left. For some reason my buddy laid down? As this is going on a nice bull comes in from right to left. Ends up standing right next to him and he is fired up. Throws out a bugel and starts peeing all over the place and all over my bud. I lost it laughing, gave my bud props for staying still and taking it.

From: Matt
30-Sep-19
I had a NM cow elk walk up behind me, push her nose into small of my back and sniff twice.

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