I sure love packing into the backcountry with my llamas to chase elk, but I also enjoy the year-round planning, scouting, and preparations that go into elk hunting. I’ve been chasing elk for over 30 years. Each year, the excitement and anticipation never seems to dull.
Most of us are busy scratching on calendars, chatting up our wives or significant others, and arranging our work schedules to accommodate for that precious and anticipated time in the mountains. As we work through the process of obtaining elk tags, it’s important to evaluate potential hunt dates. This is especially the case when applying for—and trying to juggle—multiple species in multiple states.
The equinox and moon phases both play fundamental parts in the planning of my annual archery elk hunts.
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