Podcast Category: Elk
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.
A listener of the podcast, Matt, shares the story of his 2020 elk hunt. Despite many challenges leading up to, and throughout the hunt, Matt persevered on a tough solo hunt and found success. We break down the pre-hunt planning, the challenges of the hunt, and how he ultimately filled his tag and cared for the elk.
Paul the "Elk Nut" Medel returns to the Hunt Backcountry Podcast to talk about hunting at his age (66), how he trains to hunt elk at his age, how elk hunters should deal with hunting pressure, what elk hunters get wrong on calling, and much more.
We wrap-up the ELK WEEK 2021 podcast series with Kody and Trent from Born & Raised Outdoors, as we answer your questions for an "Everything Elk" Q&A session.
Hunt Backcountry Podcast 303 | ELK WEEK: How to use thermals, cover country, and use your limited time...
How do you use thermals to your advantage while elk hunting? What is the most effective way to cover country in the elk woods? What is the best way to hunt elk on limited time? We answer these questions and related topics on this ELK WEEK episode of the Hunt Backcountry Podcast with Born & Raised Outdoors.
Hunt Backcountry Podcast 302 | ELK WEEK: How to deal with hunting pressure and still fill your elk tag...
How do you hunt elk that have been pressured by other hunters? Should you change calling tactics? Should you move to a new area? Can you use hunting pressure to your advantage? We answer these questions on this ELK WEEK podcast episode of the Hunt Backcountry Podcast.
How should you hunt elk with a partner or in a group? This ELK WEEK podcast will discuss caller-and-shooter setups, how to communicate with your hunting partner in the presence of elk, when to split larger groups of hunters into separate groups, and much more.
How do you know if you are on the right track as an elk hunter? If you are a struggling elk hunter with limited, inconsistent, or non-existent success in the elk woods, this podcast is for you. This conversation will help you assess your growth, make the most of your experience, and find more success in the future.
What gear truly matters to you and makes the biggest difference in your hunting? If you had a limited budget and were starting all over, where would you focus your spending? In this Hunt Backcountry Podcast episode, we answer these questions with five experienced and successful hunters.
What lessons have you learned the hard way? Is there a specific story where you made a mistake that you commonly refer back to, or have learned from in a way that changes how you have hunted ever since? In this Hunt Backcountry Podcast episode, we answer these questions with five experienced and successful hunters.
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