Well I did my scouting last weekend for my unit 50 elk hunt! I found a couple of old sheds, and a ton of sign but most was really old. I definitely found their wintering grounds when they migrate out of Colorado across the New Mexican border. Because of bad weather I wasn't able to leave today to get a head start on my hunt which starts tomorrow. Hopefully I can leave early tomorrow and be able to hunt the morning and rest of the weekend. When I scouted last weekend it was in the 60's and just last night it snowed an inch right in the middle of where I'm hunting. Tonight it is supposed to snow more does anyone think the elk will stay in the higher elevations(the mountain I'm hunting is 7000-9600ft)? what would you expect their movement to be when it suddenly turns cold and this is the first snow of the year??