The odds for a hunter bagging North America's premier game animal just became much greater, thanks to this book. Hunters view elk hunting as the pinnacle of the big-game hunting experience in North America. The average elk hunter is successful once in every eight years. Most of them are not happy with these odds and are continually seeking ways to shift the odds in their favor. This qhow-toq book provides all the essential information that is critical to becoming successful at elk hunting. Chapters include: Understanding Elk Behavior Equipment a Gear What Makes a Great Elk Camp? Learning the Habitat Where a How to Find Big Bulls Calling a Other StrategiesFirst, they want to experience the majesty of how vast and truly wild this country can be. ... on the other hand, is often measured in hundreds of thousands of square acres (ha), where a lone hunter can stand on a ... during midday; it can be clear one minute and then dark and ominous with snow or even lightning at the drop of a hat. ... the rack begins to decline as the bulla#39;s ability to acquire the proper nutrition for good antler growth is reduced, usually due to age. . , 7 1 ~, I _1 ye .l W .1aquot;.
|Title||:||Ultimate Elk Hunting|
|Publisher||:||Creative Publishing international - 2008-07-07|