I hunted last year and bugled 2 bulls in 2 days the 2nd week of August. This year , so far I have not heard a bugle or seen an elk. I took a full day of scouting last week and found an area higher up that has 12 fresh elk rubs right on a logging road. I only have 2 days to hunt this week ,then archery is over for me. My question is, should I hunt just off of the logging road by the rubs which also intercepts a wallow? Or should I go up higher and deeper. Also the temperature has dropped from 80s to 50s/60s this week. Should I cow call, bugle or just sit quiet? I have not taken an elk as of yet, so any advice would be very welcomed. Thanks and good luck to everyone this season.