Elk Hunting Tips
Get elk hunting tips, tactics, and stories from experienced elk hunters by reading these articles.
The elk I hunt are wild. They've been called, chased, called and chased some more. They tiptoe across the public land they live on like bank robbers on the lam. So you see, it takes tremendous stealth to stalk these elk.
If all else fails, getting boisterous might put a huge bull moose in your (yikes!) lap
On the trail of some monster Quebec bulls.
Because of their unique and complex antlers, caribou are one of North America's most difficult big game animals to score, making them particularly tricky to judge in the field.
An elk story to remember from a North American Hunting Club Member.
One North American Hunting Club member learned the hard way that spooking an elk is a bit harder than spooking a deer.
Sure - most rifles and optics can do the job elk hunting - but Jim Zumbo recommends a few with extra horsepower.
What makes a good elk gun? Power. Bryce M. Towsley advises us not to "under-gun" ourselves. When you save up enough time and money for an elk hunt - firepower is that last thing you should worry about.
Public land elk have heard it all. Try the silent approach for better results.
Although many elk hunters end their seasons once the rut has passed, some of the best hunting doesn't begin until the winter snows arrive in full force.