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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.

The Facts About Public-Land Elk

Sure, whitetails hide like rabbits when hunting pressure gets heavy, but they say when you bump elk they’ll walk right over the mountaintop. The thing is new studies show that to be true, but not necessarily.

How to Tag a Bull Elk on Public Land

Sure, odds are best on private holdings and limited-entry units. But you can tag a bull elk on public land—here’s how.

Public Land Hunting: Pressure-Cooker Elk

These days, it's getting tough to find a "secret spot" to hunt elk. Don't despair. You can still harvest an elk when the pressure's on.

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