Elk Hunting Tips
Get elk hunting tips, tactics, and stories from experienced elk hunters by reading these articles.
Even the best elk hunters have trouble spotting good bucks in certain areas. Today, the best elk hunting is found on private land. Read about the NAHC's hot-spots here.
A lovesick bull will do strange things; things even more strange and frightening when you're the object of that moose's attraction.
What could be better than an up-north Canadian big game hunt? How 'bout back-to-back trips?
The hunt began with a 5-mile drive into camp from the main road, which on the surface doesn’t sound like a big deal except for the fact that it takes more than an hour. No, there aren’t a lot of stop lights along the way, but there is a lot of mud, rocks and gullies.
Approaching 70 years old, and I've seen a lot in my time, but nothing compares to what happened on an unforgettable day in October 2004.
The Roosevelt is an ominous creature of the deep woods, a half-ton wraith of a beast that vanishes with the dull clump of a hoof or the soft clack of an antler on maple or pine.
It was almost Christmas 1953, and I still didn't have a gift for my dad. My father, who was my idol, could at best look forward to the usual flannel shirt. At worst, Christmas would bring him nothing at all.
My dad, Dick Laube, a life-long dairy farmer and NAHC member, introduced my three brothers and me to hunting, fishing and the great outdoors when we were barely able to walk.
Ever since my first ride in a canoe, I’ve dreamed of someday paddling with my dad, Denny, on a wilderness moose hunt, much like how the voyageurs of the past used to pursue their quarry.
“Fifteen, 16 and one more makes 17,” I counted to myself as a group of wary Merriam’s turkeys cautiously sided up to the small impoundment for a drink.