This week on The Revolution with Jim and Trav it’s open season for elk! So tune in to find out how to locate bulls, get some lessons in bugling basics, learn how to field judge elk on the hoof, select the proper caliber and get tips on how to close the distance between you and that trophy monster bull. Plus, you’ll hear detailed elk reports from around the nation. Don’t miss this broadcast!
Colorado Elk Report – Mark Crain of Pagosa Springs , CO
The weather is changing and that means elk are on the move and Mark Crain of Pagosa Springs, Colorado will give the boys a thorough breakdown of what’s happening in the woods right now. Mark will discuss current weather patterns and how higher elevations are already seeing significant snowfall which, in turn, forces the elk down from the high country. He’ll also give a detailed mule deer, bear and skunk report!
Dome Mountain Outfitters – Lennae Klyap
Dome Mountain Outfitters, operated by Jim and Lennae Klyap in Emigrant, Montana is tucked inside Paradise Valley just North of Yellowstone National Park. This week Lennae Klyap talks with Jim and Trav about the incredible success rates they are seeing, she’ll give an overall elk report for the area, she’ll talk about the effects of wolf predation, and also about a recent hunt where a bull elk was taken at only 5 yards away. Tune In!
Field Judging Elk – Steve Chappell
Field judging elk on the hoof can be a complicated process for an inexperienced elk hunter looking for a “trophy” elk. Steve Chappell with Chappell Guide Service in Arizona gives the guys some pointers on field judging using the Base 200″ Scoring System and also talks about how to find and identify “shooter” bulls. Don’t miss it!
Bugling Basics – Corey Jacobsen, Elk 101
Corey Jacobsen is a 7 Time World Championship elk caller and the creator of Elk101.com. This week he is schooling Jim and Trav on some need to know bugling basics. When your hunting success is riding on your ability to properly vocalize, you’ll want to have some of these tips from a world champion in your pocket.
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