Montana has some of the best elk hunting to be found and surely the longest seasons. Tags are easy to get and there are 30 million acres of public land to hunt. The Limited Entry Tag draw deadline is March 15th. Don’t miss it.
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An overview of what you need to know to get in the western elk hunting game. We start by explaining Preference Points and Bonus Point Systems. Randy Newberg, Hunter and the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation work together to help you increase your odds of tagging a bull elk.
RMEF Reaches 7 Million Acres of Permanently Protected or Enhanced Wildlife HabitatView Post
From The Field is our new section where we highlight the best user submissions from Elk Country. A great video from your Elk Hunt this fall, a captivating landscape from your family vacation, a fishing trip with your buddies somewhere in Elk Country, or more. This is all about YOU! This video From the Field is a submission from A Life with Nature’s Charlie Cropp featuring a large herd of Bulls!
The bold flavors of elk hold their ground even when paired with some of the world’s most complex flavors. Southeast Asia’s combination of spicy seasonings and cooling accompaniments is no exception. The following recipe makes 50 5-inch turnovers. The filling can be frozen for use later or served over rice as an entrée. Preheat a heavy duty sauté pan with half the sesame and chili oil. Season the ground elk with the soy and white …
Idaho has great elk hunting, lots of public land, and abundant opportunity. This video will explain the Limited Entry elk tag drawing system for Idaho.
Photo Credit:Rare Earth Science, LLC MISSOULA, Mont.—The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation teamed up with conservation-minded landowners and Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) to permanently protect 1,742 acres of prime elk and greater sage grouse habitat in northwest Colorado. The project also improves public hunting in a limited draw unit. “We appreciate landowners who look outside of themselves and recognize the vital importance of protecting their land,” said Blake Henning, RMEF chief conservation officer. “Protecting this …
The stillness of night is broken by the sound of a propane lantern and the crackling of a morning fire. In the distance a faint bugle signals the promise only a September day can hold. The hunter breaks the tent flap in anticipation of the days hunt and a bird begins to sing. This IS Hunting.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation seeks to lengthen its stride in better carrying out its conservation mission of ensuring the future of elk, other wildlife, their habitat and our hunting heritage. We enjoy our work and find great satisfaction in seeking to make a tangible difference for the most majestic of North America’s wild creatures, and those of us who appreciate and love to pursue them.
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Hunting is a privilege. It’s a privilege that can be taken from us very easily. We need to respect it, and we need to honor.
We have to provide some value to society. Hunting is about purposes that are deep and meaningful to each individual and making the entire picture better for the next generation.
New Mexico is home to some of the best elk hunting in the world. And millions of acres of public land give you lots of places to chase them. Odds for the best tags are tough, but well worth the effort if you draw. Gila, Carson, Cibola, Lincoln, and Santa Fe National Forests are all great elk hunting.