Midday Tactic for Bowhunting Elk on Public Land
Bowhunting for elk on public ground during the midday can be highly effective. But what's the best tactic? Sit water sources? How about hunting wallows? Those can work but we prefer to call and in this video, we are going to talk about our favorite midday tactic along with what elk sounds we prefer t use to get that bull within bow range.
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Turn volume all the way up. At the very beginning you can hear the big guy bugle in the timber about 200 yards away from where I am. Also at about 1:04 you can hear the big guy bugle again. There is also some cow calling from behind the trees. The cows are about 15-20 yards away from me.
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