Podcast Category: Elk
With decades of experience as a hunter, guide, and outfitter, Cliff Gray has hunted more elk than many of us could ever experience in a lifetime. In this podcast conversation, Cliff shares the common mistakes that struggling elk hunters make, and how the consistently-successful elk hunters make success happen.
"Success in filling a tag does not mean a successful hunt: A first time elk hunter's highs, lows, and valuable survival and hunting lessons." That is a quote from today's Hunt Backcountry Podcast guest, Matthew. He shares the many lessons he learned, and the mistakes he made, on his first "successful" elk hunt.
Shooter, hunter, entrepreneur, and all-around good dude, Shane Wise, joins us on the Hunt Backcountry Podcast to talk about how he started hunting (it is pretty hilarious), as well as how he started his business, Wiser Precision. We discuss hunting, shooting, glassing, entrepreneurship, and more...
Jared set out from Missouri, by himself, to arrow a bull elk in Colorado. He accomplished that mission, and today we discuss how he made it happen, what challenges he faced along the way, and what lessons you can learn from his experience.
A listener of the Hunt Backcountry Podcast, Matthew, joins us to share the story of how he turned free work into a free elk hunt. Matthew volunteered his time and energy to an Outfitter in Montana's Bob Marshall Wilderness, and when he earned the right to hunt the Wilderness for himself, he killed his first elk.
Justin & Garret of Top Priority Hunting join us on the Hunt Backcountry Podcast to talk about their elk hunt from this fall, the lessons they've learned as archery elk hunters that started pursuing elk with a rifle, the differences and similarities of hunting elk in September vs October, and much more.
Matt Mullins joins the Hunt Backcountry podcast to talk about the American Gear Guide, his diverse experience in the outdoors and how that relates to hunting, and to share the story of his recent elk hunt where he killed his first archery bull — a non-typical giant in Utah.
Steve & Mark just wrapped-up their rifle elk hunt in Idaho and in this podcast they share the story of how the hunt unfolded. They also answer your questions about this hunt, including rifle setups, bullet performance, new packs and gear they tested, and much more.
The guys from Born & Raised Outdoors interview Steve and Mark about their experience hunting elk with bow vs rifles. They discuss the differences in hunting with each weapon, what they've learned chasing elk with both weapons, how both styles of hunting complement one another, and much more.
She's a wife, mother, and archery elk hunter. Kimber and her husband, Richard, join us to talk about their recent archery elk hunt in Idaho. In addition to hearing the hunting story and what they learned from this hunt, we also speak with Kimber about her perspective as a female that hunts the backcountry.
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