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bowhunt 31-Aug-23
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From: bowhunt
31-Aug-23

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The last few years I try to make it a point to post a semi live hunt thread for elk season on bowsite.

I’m packed up and heading out tomorrow morning to our favorite elk area when my buddy Tim shows up at my house. The weather is looking great for killing elk. I’ll post updates Monday or Tuesday when I get back.

We both have elk tags, and about 20 days of hunting planned over the next month, so hard to say how long or short this thread might be. We’ve both been tagged out as early as September 9th, and other years we are hunting until the very last second of light on the last day, trying to fill a remaining tag one of us has.

I’ll post the link below to last years thread if anyone want to read about some elk hunting!

Hope you guys enjoy the thread.

From: Buglemaster
01-Sep-23
Looking forward to it. Good luck!

From: LUNG$HOT
01-Sep-23
Bring it on Mike! Can’t wait.

From: midwest
01-Sep-23
Following! Good luck!

From: Scoot
01-Sep-23
Go get em!!!

From: Gib
01-Sep-23
Good luck and thanks

From: Vaquero 45
01-Sep-23
Yes thanks - Looking forward to the updates etc also you will be posting ! Keep your heads on a swivel . Bears n even T rattlers have been seen @ high elevations . Have a blast !

From: jordanathome
01-Sep-23
Best of luck....looking forward to updates.

From: Bigbulls6
01-Sep-23

From: bowhunt
05-Sep-23

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Tim ended up getting to my house later than plan Friday morning. We made the drive, got in packs on, grabbed our bows and hit the trail.

I always love this view as we make the long hike out to camp.

It was almost 10pm when we reached out camp spot. A large tree had fallen down where we always set up our tent. It was late, and we were tired, so we just threw our sleeping bags down, got our packs ready for the morning, and went to bed.

From: bowhunt
05-Sep-23

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The alarm went off at 415. We made coffee, had a small bite to eat, and headed out of camp.

Our plan was to head up out of the timber to the more open top of the ridge. Right at first light opening morning this has been a pretty good plan for us.

We waited on the edge of the timber of the first opening waiting for a little more daylight so we could see better. The woods seems extremely quiet this morning as it started to get light.

From: bowhunt
05-Sep-23
We started to sneak through the openings and sporadic patches of timber. There is also enuff little dips and rolls in the ground a bull feeding can be hidden from view.

We were sneaking through a strip of timber, and could start to see the next big open area. Opening morning last year I almost shot a bull from this exact spot. The wind switched before he fed out from behind a little tree blocking his vitals.

As we stood there looking around for any elk I heard some clinking noise. It was the sounds of horns hitting each other. Somewhere ahead of us there were a couple bulls playfully locking horns.

From: bowhunt
05-Sep-23

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Tim set up in the point of timber on the right of the photo. Bulls were about 400 yards away on the far treeline
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Tim set up in the point of timber on the right of the photo. Bulls were about 400 yards away on the far treeline
Tim set up in the small pocket of time bet, and I backed off out of sight and started doing some cow and calf calls. The bulls were about 400 yards away, and I was hoping to call them past Tim.

I was calling just loud enuff to try to get their attention. Just a few calls and then silence. I was hoping to get them curious, but not have them knowing exactly where I was.

The bulls slowly made their way over. They hung up at about 70 yards. After a minute or so the just slowly walked off downhill towards some timber where they were going to bed.

Tim said they were acting like they were very nervous the whole time they made their way to the calls. Even the sound of a pine cone hitting a stick made the 6 point bull freeze in his tracks when he was on his way to the calls. Seemed like kind of odd behavior for unpressed bulls opening morning.

Close but no cigar!

From: Jordan
05-Sep-23
Awesome! Good Luck and keep it coming! Glad the tree feel when your tent was NOT there.

From: Jasper
05-Sep-23
This is gonna be a great thread! Keep ‘em coming and good luck!

From: bowhunt
05-Sep-23
After that encounter we proceeded to a spot other people camp sometimes. We hunt several ridges near that camp.

Unfortunately as we snuck along the trail, we saw a tent near the small meadow, and 3 llamas tied up in the trees.

We saw the guy was still in camp so we talked to him a few minutes.

He’s a really nice guy we had ram into last year a few miles away from this spot. He was planning on hunting north and east from his camp the next few days. We would just hunt South and west if his camp.

That worked out great to communicate. This gave us both tons of country to hunt, without running into each other again on the trip.

From: bowhunt
05-Sep-23
We turned around to go to plan B since the lama guy was hunting where we intended Im to hunt.

As we got back into the big open meadow where we had just called in the two bulls that hung up at 70 yards 30 minutes before, we could see the back half of a really big bodied elk feeding right where Tim had set up to shoot earlier!

I stayed put at the treeline. Tim snuck ahead to a small patch of trees about a 100 yards from the nice 6 point.

Unfortunately right before I started cow calling, a second bull that neither of us had seen caught a little bit of movement from Tim through the trees.

As I was doing some quiet cow calls, both bulls just walked down hill into the timber.

Another close call!

From: bowhunt
05-Sep-23

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Tree down blocking tent spot
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Tree down blocking tent spot
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Tree cut up and removed
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Tree cut up and removed
After checking a few other areas,we headed back to camp. We had just thrown our sleeping bags down the night before. We needed to cut the tree that fell where we set the tent up, get that area cleaned up, and then get out other stuff irganismzed and hung up.

From: LUNG$HOT
05-Sep-23
I have a feeling this ends well! Bring it on.

From: bowhunt
05-Sep-23

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Tim getting in some practice
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Tim getting in some practice
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Our shooting range 40 yards
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Our shooting range 40 yards
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My first shot at 40 Shot 4-5 more, all touching the plastic lid. Im ready for a bull to step up.
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My first shot at 40 Shot 4-5 more, all touching the plastic lid. Im ready for a bull to step up.
After we got the tent set up, and stuff organized we put some field tips on our arrows. There’s a nice dirt bank with no rocks right at camp. We can shoot 20-60 yards.

It’s really nice being able to shoot if we are at camp during day light.

05-Sep-23
Thanks for the updates!

From: bowhunt
05-Sep-23
Our Saturday evening hunt was pretty uneventful. We bumped an elk about 300 yards above camp cutting uo to some big rock piles surrounded by timber and big openings.

Saturday night it pissed rain until about 330 am.

Sunday we covered a ton of area setting up and calling in spots we have got into elk before. We never saw an elk or heard an elk. About 4 pm it started to piss rain again. By the time we got to camp Sunday night everything was drenched.

This storm caught us completely by surprise, we hadn’t trenched around the tent or anything. When we last had service before heading out it was supposed to be mid 70’s and mostly sunny Saturday, Sunday, and Monday!

From: bowhunt
06-Sep-23

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Some photos of different types of areas we hunted sunday

From: bowhunt
06-Sep-23

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Tim got a nice fire going Sunday evening. The rain had slowed down. Unfortunately it started to monsoon again about 25 minutes after he hit the fire going.
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Tim got a nice fire going Sunday evening. The rain had slowed down. Unfortunately it started to monsoon again about 25 minutes after he hit the fire going.

From: bowhunt
06-Sep-23

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We woke up Monday morning to more rain and lots of fog. We just figured out what stuff we were going to hang up in the tent to dry, and what stuff we were packing out.

On the hike out we just did some locate bugles in different areas we have got on bulls before. We didn’t have anything respond.

About 10 minutes before we made it back to the truck the rain stopped and the sun popped out.

From: bowhunt
06-Sep-23
That’s all for now.

We are heading back out Friday Morning, and staying through Monday again.

We saw lots of really fresh rubs, and lots of elk sign all over on this first trip, so we’re we’re pretty excited for the next trip.

From: Jordan
06-Sep-23
Thanks for sharing!!!

From: Scoot
06-Sep-23
Yes thank you! This is pretty awesome. I hope you get into em this weekend!

From: fastflight
06-Sep-23
Thanks for taking the time to bring us along for the ride.

From: bowhunt
11-Sep-23
Trip # 2

Tim got to my house Friday morning, and we hit the road.

We needed to make good time on the drive to maybe get an hour or so hunting in on our hike out to camp.

From: bowhunter24
11-Sep-23
Good luck men. Enjoy all that God gave us!

From: bowhunt
11-Sep-23
We hit the trail with a little more time than I expected.

After hiking down about a mile and an half we reached the bottom of the drainage. This was the start of where we have gotten bulls to respond in the past.

For the next 2.5 miles we would be in the bottom of the drainage, and going through some prime areas for locating bulls when they are talking.

With the short amount of daylight left, we needed to cover ground hoping to find a vocal bull not to far away.

From: bowhunt
11-Sep-23

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Another beautiful sunset as we ascend out of the bottom of the drainage up to camp.
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Another beautiful sunset as we ascend out of the bottom of the drainage up to camp.
Unfortunately the bulls were quiet like the previous weekend, this is pretty normal for the area.

We were still a week or so away from when the bulls in this area get going for the most part.

We started the steep climb high up onto the ridge above where we had left all our gear at camp the trip before.

From: APauls
11-Sep-23
Love it. Keep it coming!

From: bowhunt
12-Sep-23
Usually I have stuff planned out for each day ahead of time. For whatever reason I was really indecisive on what we should do Saturday morning. We went to bed tired from the long day with no plan what we were going to do Saturday morning after the alarm went off at 430am.

When we got up Tim and I both had a gut feeling we should go hunt some of our spots down below where we ran into the guy camped with the lamas the weekend before. With the bulls not being vocal, we figured he probably move off to the next drainage by Monday.

We usually never hunt were we think others may have been recently, but the area is thick and nasty so plenty of areas for elk to not be pressured.

From: bowhunt
12-Sep-23

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Looking of the steep side of the ridge
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Looking of the steep side of the ridge
We got to the area we had ran into the hunter with the llamas, and it appeared they had been gone at least several days.

Not far from his camp we cut several fresh bull tracks. The father down the ridge we went, the more fresh tracks and rubs we found.

It was apparent this area was hunted much, and we made the right choice to hunt here.

This ridge heads down hill at a pretty good slope. The right side of the ridge is almost vertical. Lots of cliffs, and extremely steep terrain. The left isn’t nearly as steep, but has lots of blow down. In previous seasons we’ve called bulls in from both sides, but we always hope they come from the left side.

From: bowhunt
12-Sep-23

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Looking off the steep side of the rideg
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Looking off the steep side of the rideg
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A wallow not far down the drainage from the llama hunters camp
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A wallow not far down the drainage from the llama hunters camp
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A small, but really fresh rub. The elk have been here since the llama hunter left
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A small, but really fresh rub. The elk have been here since the llama hunter left
We got to the area we had ran into the hunter with the llamas, and it appeared they had been gone at least several days.

Not far from his camp we cut several fresh bull tracks. The father down the ridge we went, the more fresh tracks and rubs we found.

It was apparent this area was hunted much, and we made the right choice to hunt here.

This ridge heads down hill at a pretty good slope. The right side of the ridge is almost vertical. Lots of cliffs, and extremely steep terrain. The left isn’t nearly as steep, but has lots of blow down. In previous seasons we’ve called bulls in from both sides, but we always hope they come from the left side.

From: bowhunt
12-Sep-23
The further down the ridge we went the mor fresh sign we saw.

We still weren’t hearing any bugles, so we were just calling and slowly moving along listening for the sounds of elk moving in the timber. Before the middle of September most of the elk we kill either come In silent when we set up to call, or we hear a stick break or a rock get kicked as we slowly move cow calling through the woods.

From: bowhunt
12-Sep-23
The further down the ridge we went the more fresh sign we saw.

We still weren’t hearing any bugles, so we were just calling and slowly moving along listening for the sounds of elk moving in the timber. Before the middle of September most of the elk we kill either come In silent when we set up to call, or we hear a stick break or a rock get kicked as we slowly move cow calling through the woods.

From: BOWNBIRDHNTR
12-Sep-23
Another great write up! Thank you.

From: Ron Niziolek
12-Sep-23
Good stuff!!

From: bowhunt
12-Sep-23

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We got down to an opening where I have called in bulls before. There were fresh rubs everywhere.

I just finished taking this photo of the rubs, and heard the unmistakable sound of an elk breaking sticks as he walked in the timber straight below us.

Tim nocked an arrow, and I backed off just out of sight. I did three light cow calls, and could hear the bull instantly change direction heading to me. There was enuff blow down the bull couldn’t head right to me, he had to come up the hill about 20 yards. He popped out into the opening, giving Tim a close frontal shot.

Tim’s shot, and it sounded like the bull only ran 60-70 yards and stopped.

From: bowhunt
12-Sep-23

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How we found the bull
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How we found the bull
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Happy Elk Hunter!
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Happy Elk Hunter!
We stood there listening, and after about 30 seconds heard two more footsteps, then nothing.

We decided to wait a couple hours before looking for the bull. There was no downside to waiting. If we bumped the bull the situation would just get worse.

After waiting a couple hours we hiked back down to where the bull was standing and followed blood and tracks down to where Tim saw the bull last. We walked about 20 more yards and I spotted some tan.

The bull had bedded down and died right where we heard the last sounds of him walking after the shot!

From: sticksender
12-Sep-23
Very nice, congrats!

12-Sep-23
great write up, now its your turn!

From: bowhunt
12-Sep-23

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Packing bull up to camp
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Packing bull up to camp
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Caught in suprise rainstorm with no rain gear
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Caught in suprise rainstorm with no rain gear
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Almost to the top, then down hill to hang meat at camp
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Almost to the top, then down hill to hang meat at camp
On the way over for this trip I was talking to a friend that lives about an hour from where we park to hunt this. He breeds llamas, and said he wouldn’t be hunting this weekend. He told us if we got a bull to give him a call to help pack it out. His pack string needed some exorcise.

We were able to get a text out to him at the top of the ridge. He said he could meet us at the bottom of the ridge below our camp at 9am Sunday morning.

From 11am Saturday when we found the bull, until 9 am Sunday we were pretty busy getting the elk boned out and packed out to the spot we would meet Troy with the llamas 3.5 miles away. Saturday afternoon we got soaked in a rainstorm that lasted 3-4 hours.

From: bowhunt
12-Sep-23

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Beautiful morning packing elk meat to the bottom.
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Beautiful morning packing elk meat to the bottom.
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Llamas loaded with meat, making the journey back up to the truck.
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Llamas loaded with meat, making the journey back up to the truck.
We got the meat and head to camp right before dark Saturday evening.

Sunday we got up at 430am to get the meat packed down to the bottom of the drainage Where Troy was meeting us with the llamas.

12-Sep-23
Awesome!

From: Bowfreak
12-Sep-23
Congrats!!!! Keep it coming!

From: deerhunter72
12-Sep-23
Great stuff! Thanks for sharing.

From: Old School
12-Sep-23
Great story so far!! Looking forward to the rest of it.

From: Lawdog
12-Sep-23
Nice. Congratulations. Beautiful country.

From: midwest
12-Sep-23
Hell yeah!

From: Willieboat
12-Sep-23
Thanks for sharing and congrats

From: Beav
12-Sep-23
Great work!!

From: Scoot
12-Sep-23
Love the pics and the story! Thanks for sharing!

From: bowhunt
12-Sep-23

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Tim didnt last long once we were in the truck
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Tim didnt last long once we were in the truck
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My daughter Stella was in charge of vacuum sealing the steaks
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My daughter Stella was in charge of vacuum sealing the steaks
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She was right behind us to start processing the meat Monday morning
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She was right behind us to start processing the meat Monday morning

From: Jordan
12-Sep-23
Awesome!

From: APauls
12-Sep-23
Heck yeah congrats!!!!!

From: bowhunt
12-Sep-23
Thanks guys

Heading back out Saturday for a 9 day trip.

Hope to have some more fun elk hunting stories to share after that!

From: Goelk
12-Sep-23
Congrats. Nice pics

From: midwest
12-Sep-23
Looking forward to the next chapter!

From: t-roy
12-Sep-23
Congrats on a great hunt so far! Good luck with the rest of the hunt!

From: Fields
12-Sep-23
Great story... Congrats on the first kill!!

13-Sep-23
Thanks for taking the time…good stuff! Looking forward to the rest of the story!

From: Franzen
13-Sep-23
Well done. Your photos are about perfect to get one to reminisce about hunting elk. Although I've likely never been in your area, it was like I'd seen it all exactly before.

From: hdaman
13-Sep-23
Best of luck going forward. And as others have said, congrats and thanks for the excellent write up!

From: arlone
13-Sep-23
Good luck filling your tag! Looking forward to another elk and another write up with photos. Thank you for sharing with this flat lander whitetail hunter!

From: bowhunt
26-Sep-23
TRIP #3

We started this trip back where we did the last two trips. We left our tent and all our sleep stuff/clothes at camp when we packed the bull out on the last hunt.

We could see boot tracks in a lot of the off the beaten path spots we like out there. There was also a tipi tent with a bunch of gear hanging in the trees, down in an area that we have shot several bulls. This area is almost 2/3 of a mile off any trail, and has some really great bedding feeding areas. The guys this year were camped about 200 yards above where i shot a bull. Last year 2 guys camped a little further down the hill. They had their tent right where i have called 2 bulls for Tim to shoot. I have no clue why people would camp where these guys did last year and this year. It makes no sense at all.

We also heard the wolves again the first night.

The second evening we ran into a couple guys on horseback, they were hearing the wolves as well.

So far this year we have seen a ton more guys out in this area. Between all the hunters, and the wolves, we decided it was time to break camp and hike back to the truck so we could relocate to a different area.

From: bowhunt
26-Sep-23

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Beautiful elk country, but time for a change
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Beautiful elk country, but time for a change
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With no moon, the stars were extremely bright.
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With no moon, the stars were extremely bright.

From: bowhunt
26-Sep-23

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Rounding up the llamas
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Rounding up the llamas
Monday morning we woke up and made the long hike to the truck.

We were going to head to my buddy Toyota house, load up the llamas, and head out to another area we like.

We were hoping for less people and no wolves.

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26-Sep-23

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We got to the trailhead, loaded the llamas up, and hit the trail. It looked like we would have a huge area to ourselves, the trailhead was pretty much empty.

Our excitement was pretty high on the hike out.

From: bowhunt
26-Sep-23

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Got my tent set up
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Got my tent set up
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Relaxing at camp right before it got dark after a long day of changing hunt areas. We put in about 12 miles of hiking.
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Relaxing at camp right before it got dark after a long day of changing hunt areas. We put in about 12 miles of hiking.
We got out to where we were setting up camp, and got stuff unpacked, git the llamas situated, and set up tents

It looked like we could have rain and snow over the week.

From: bowhunt
26-Sep-23
Shortly after the last photo, wolves started howling in the timber not far away. The next morning we could hear them howling for the first couple hours of daylight.

We didn’t hear a bull bugle for a couple days after the wolves left, but they would only bugle once or twice.

We hunted our butts off the rest of the week, never seeing an elk. We only heard a few bugles.

It appears that the areas I have done really well elk hunting the last 10-12 years, now have multiple packs of wolves living in them this year.

There was still lots of fresh sign in some areas, but we never saw or even bumped an elk on the rest of the hunt.

We stayed positive, had a fun trip, but the amount of new packs of wolves where we never have encountered them definitely seemed to have impacted the hunting this year.

My other main area we kill bulls is in between the two areas we ran into the wolves, so it’s probably impacted as well.

Troy had also hunted some of his best spots for the last 20 years to the south, and there was hardly any elk, and wolves howling in the evenings.

It looks like we will have to learn how to be successful with these new packs of predators in the drainages, ridges we like to hunt.

From: bowhunt
26-Sep-23

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Huge wallow we found
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Huge wallow we found
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Lots of super steep elk country, and quiet bulls
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Lots of super steep elk country, and quiet bulls
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Hunted everywhere in the photo, couldn’t turn up a bull
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Hunted everywhere in the photo, couldn’t turn up a bull
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Packed up, and heading out to the trucks.
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Packed up, and heading out to the trucks.

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