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October 4, 2010

Getting “The Low Down” – Phase 2

Ok so we have all of our notes, maps, advice from former hunt tag holders and game biologists – it’s time to dig in deeper. I […]
August 20, 2010

RMEF’s Elk Hunt Forecast for 2010

The RMEF has created an elk hunting forecast for virtually every state and providence that has an elk population. I’ve narrowed it down to the more […]
August 17, 2010

New Elk Calls!

It’s almost here…elk season starts in less than 2 weeks! Elk calls play a major part in our elk season and I can’t wait to hear […]
August 16, 2010

The Big One

I’ll never forget the details of my first elk with a bow. A solo, bivy camp put me right above a couple bugling bulls for the […]
August 11, 2010

Corey’s Top 5 Elk Hunting Tips

A few of the Elk101.com Pro Staff guys have mentioned in recent articles that it is difficult to boil elk hunting down into one topic that […]
August 11, 2010

Bivy Hunting for Elk

Looking back at the earlier years of my bowhunting adventures I remember it being so simple. My bivy hunts consisted of bow and arrows, reeds and […]
August 8, 2010

Getting the “Low Down”

So, you have drawn a limited entry elk tag!  Where do we go from here?  Whether your hunting witha bow or a rifle, drawing an elk […]
August 3, 2010

Elk Hunting Confidence

My #1 piece of advice applies not only to elk hunting, but to all challenging tasks in life. In my opinion, confidence, or state of mind, […]
July 31, 2010

Dirk’s day pack

My day pack consists of many of the same items that most hunters carry. Some are more crucial than others and I will try and highlight […]
July 22, 2010

Corey’s 2010 Daypack Gear List

For those who attended the Extreme Elk Hunting Class at Cabela’s in Boise on Tuesday, we spent a few minutes going through our day pack during […]
July 1, 2010

RMEF To Fund Idaho Projects

Idaho Conservation Projects Draw RMEF Funding MISSOULA, Mont.—Wildlife conservation projects in seven Idaho counties have been selected to receive grants from the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation […]
June 27, 2010

Keep It Simple

Keep it simple I am probably the most accident prone person I know. Anything that can happen will happen. My motto is to “keep it simple”. […]

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