Winter has set in and Kristy Titus of Pursue The Wild heads afield to hunt elk with 16 year old Kori. This young lady is a tough hunter that is more than glad to brave single digit temperatures in pursuit of her hunting dreams. Kori is also an outstanding young lady that is a true ambassador to youth hunters across the country. This hunt originally aired on RMEF’s Team Elk.
The Elk Hunter – A RMEF FilmView Post
Few things bring solitude more than a peaceful afternoon in the woods of Elk Country.
RMEF Accomplishments in Big Sky CountryView Post
Historic records show elk once inhabited at least 50 of Wisconsin’s 72 counties. But due to human settlement and over-hunting combined with declining habitat, the animals vanished in the mid-to-late 1800’s. A reintroduction attempt took place in the mid 1930’s. It failed and more than 75 years would pass until the sound of a bugling bull would be heard in the woods of Wisconsin. 2018 marked the first managed hunt in the state of Wisconsin, …
Nothing is as peaceful as elk country. The sounds of nature and bugling elk ringing in the landscapes are the perfect getaway from your day. This video will provide you exactly what you need – an escape to elk country.
Join Kristy Titus in the latest episode of Pursue The Wild where she hunts elk in the Big Sky Country of Montana.
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Follow along with NASCAR drivers Ryan Newman & Martin Truex as they head west to escape to elk country in search of wapiti.
Hunt for a post rut bull with Mike Eastman in Colorado. Watch Eastman harvest a trophy bull to close-out a lifetime of DIY elk hunting. He’s no stranger to trophy elk and his final harvest doesn’t disappoint on this web edition of Eastmans’ Hunting TV. With his son Guy Eastman behind the camera, this father-son hunt is one the Eastmans’ will never forget.
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15 miles…that’s 79,200 feet. That’s also the approximate length of how much old, dilapidated unfriendly-to-wildlife fencing is no longer on the Colorado landscape, home to the most elk in North America. Migration is easier for elk, deer and other animals thanks to what’s become an annual reunion of sorts by volunteers from the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation. This “family” is growing its ranks by welcoming new, younger faces to the effort. And they’re firmly grasping …
Flashback Friday: Eastman’s Vault Impressive 9×8 Nontypical ElkView Post
Join Kristy Titus in the latest episode of Pursue The Wild where she returns to the Northwest Territories Canada for Part 2 of her pursuit of Dall Sheep with Mackenzie Mountain Outfitters.
The Sounds of Elk Country Volume 9View Post
The stories told of the Mackenzie Mountains are captivating. There is a legacy that lives within them as every time they are told, they pass along the torch of desire from one hunter on to another. Creating a fire within that cannot be ignored. The stories; they take you North.