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Why You Should Hunt Low-Odds Elk Units

Don’t ignore elk locales that offer low odds of success. You’ll find the hunting pressure in them is nil, and when you do find elk, you can usually kill them.

Member's Hunt: The Bear Tag

This latest Member's Hunt comes from Rick Orchard of Ellsinore, Missouri.

Member's Hunt: The Last Elk Hunt, Maybe

This latest Member's Hunt comes from Eric Pettine of Windsor, Colorado.

Canyon Country Bulls and Bucks

A hunter’s first elk and a bogged-down stalk on a desert mule deer highlight hunts with new versions of Ruger’s M77 Hawkeye bolt actions.

How to Prep for Elk Hunting: Physical Fitness, Mental Toughness, Shooting Skills and Shot Placement

Elk hunting is physically and mentally challenging, but you can minimize these challenges by being fully prepared. Here’s a comprehensive guide to becoming confident in your elk-hunting abilities.

Archery Elk Could Be New Pennsylvania Record

Pennsylvania hunting history was made when the state’s inaugural archery elk season opened on Saturday, Sept. 14, 2019. Jim Lickfeld of Williamsville, N.Y., killed Pennsylvania's first archery-season bull elk, and it could become the No. 1 state record.

Member's Hunt: The Elk Rifle Goes Elk Hunting

This latest Member's Hunt comes from Arthur J. ‘Bud’ Kenney of Adams, Tenn.

The Kingdom of Beasts and Bad Luck

Is the author’s lucky vest strong enough armor to protect him from further misfortune?

Elk Hunting: The Mental Game

You can shoot a can off a post at 400 yards, you hike 5 miles like it’s a trip to the corner store, but if your conviction calls it quits, you’re done for.

A Simple Plan

Though it seemed like a simple plan, the right place and the right time only exist if every participant is on the same clock.

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