Are you a Lover or a Fighter?

Are you a Lover or a Fighter?
It isn’t just what you say, it’s how you say it Stay with me here. I’m not suggestion you have a soft heart, and I’m not offering marriage advice. But when it comes to calling elk, it might be worth looking at the emotions that control an elk’s activities during the rut. More importantly, it might be worth looking at... Read More

Elk Fit – Man vs. Elk – By Dan Staton

Elk Fit – Man vs. Elk – By Dan Staton
Dan Staton is our fitness editor for Elk Hunter Magazine. This article first appeared in the Spring 2012 issue. To order the Spring 2012 issue, other single issues, or to subscribe to Elk Hunter, click here. Crisp mountain air, deteriorating daylight, frozen ground, and the rip-roaring bugle of a would-be suitor.  Elk hunting is magical and the annual elk rut can... Read More

Randy Ulmer: High Level Scent Elimination

Randy Ulmer: High Level Scent Elimination
This article originally appeared in the Winter 2011 issue of Elk Hunter Magazine. Don’t miss another article by Randy Ulmer, click HERE to subscribe! Q & A with Bowhunting Legend, Randy Ulmer QUESTION: I’m a bowhunter and it seems like I get busted more often from elk smelling me than for any other reason. What do you actually do... Read More

Hydration 101 – By Kristy Titus

Hydration 101 – By Kristy Titus
Kristy Titus is part of the Elk Hunter & Western Hunter editorial staff. She writes her column “Hunters Nutrition” in every issue. Subscribe to the magazine to read all of her columns. Hydration for Hunters Climbing mountains in the most severe conditions, pushing your mind and body to the limit on a daily basis – yes, hunting season is just... Read More

Elk Hunter Planner – Part I – Wyoming – by Ryan Hatfield

Elk Hunter Planner – Part I – Wyoming – by Ryan Hatfield
This article was originally featured in the premiere issue of Elk Hunter Magazine. To order your copy of the first issue, head to the subscribe page. Wyoming Nonresident Deadline (Jan. 31) Wyoming is perhaps the single best option for the nonresident hunter looking to take a good, mature bull. Nonresident quotas are generous and elk are generally plentiful. Prices can be steep,... Read More