The 2019 RMEF Elk Camp & MTN Festival marked a change for RMEF. For 34 years, we’ve gathered in a hotel ballroom or exhibit hall to celebrate our mission and accomplishments. This year was different. We took it outside and made it a fun experience for all. Combining with Total Archery Challenge, we set out to refresh Elk Camp and make the MTN Festival a time for all to remember. RMEF Films are brought to …
Colorado 6×6 Bull Elk – RizaView Post
The Tucson Chapter BanquetView Post
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Saving Grace – How Hunting, Fishing and the Outdoors Saved Sloane BrownView Post
There’s no denying that turkey hunting is as close to elk hunting as you can get in the spring. Patterning, stalking and calling all come in to play for both quarries. For 10 years running, RMEF volunteers David and Crystal Watts have donated the use of their Texas ranch for youth hunters and to help RMEF donors and volunteers come together to raise funding for improving elk habitat. The event is now much more than …
Nancy Hadley’s New Mexico Black Powder BullView Post
Follow along with lifelong archery hunter and onX maps employee Zach Sandau as he hunts archery season in Montana. Zach talks about his passion for bow hunting and his appreciation for elk. Zach was fortunate to take a nice 5×5 bull elk. RMEF Films are brought to you by:
World Champion Team Roper Jeremy Buhler won an elk hunt with Matt West during RMEF’s 2018 Hunter & Outdoor Christmas. Last October, he headed to the mountains of Montana to chase the elusive Wapiti for the first time and found success, harvesting a quality 6×6 bull elk.
Brandon Bates heads back to Montana for an archery elk hunt. He’s not searching for a trophy or record book bull, he’s searching to find redemption in the field, whatever that may be.
Worth the Effort – A Montana Archery Hunt with Chuck WicksView Post
West Virginia is known by many as the Mountain State. But for more than a century, those mountains lacked one of its long-time residents—the wild, free-ranging elk. Now, thanks to the efforts of cooperating state wildlife agencies, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and its fired-up volunteers, elk are back the ground on their historic West Virginia range. The latest group to arrive made it thanks to a cross-country trek and a pay-it-forward attitude from a …
Last June, we introduced you to Blake Mannion, one of 1.5 million people who live in the Bronx. Blake is one of only four people in his entire realm of acquaintances he knows that hunt. Now, he heads west for the first time in search of his first elk and an experience he only dreamed about until now.