11 and 211 are not exactly the kind of mountains you picture as elk country. There are elk there, but it's not super high elevation, backcountry wilderness stuff. Expect scrub oaks and P-J, some mixed aspen and pine stands too, but not a lot unless you're over 8,000 feet. Road access is very good throughout most of the area, no real need to hike 6 miles anywhere. Pick a parcel, hunt it, and if there's nothing fresh, move on quickly.
We hear more and more about giant bucks these days.
Hunters are on a mission, scurrying to and fro – and even from state to state - trying to find the “perfect” hunting area where big bucks abound and they are found chasing does at all hours of the day.
These properties exist but they are expensive to maintain and generally, very expensive to hunt!
Let’s look at possibilities closer to home – your land, your lease or land that you have permission to hunt!
My brother and I are fortunate to...