I definately appreciate the offer. The reason I joined BGH was because I am not one of those guys that thinks they know everything. If I am not fooled at least once a yeaar by a big old bull or a smart old muley I am not hunting. I love hunting and like learning evrything I can.
I have watched many videos where the callers made a call that simply would not work if they were hunting where 90% of us do. I hear them make the wrong call, at the wrong time, but where they are hunting almost any sound will bring in a local bull. They kill it, then tell us how great their call is, and for X dollars you can order one of these calls too. The truth is, calls don't matter a hill of beans. Sure, some have better tone than others, but it's what, when, why, and where you are calling that matters. It starts by being able to understand what you are hearing in the elk woods. I just try sharing what I know, and gaining knowledge where I can. I also want to add that much of what I know about elk has been learned via failure. Learned by mistakes that I made and my desire to correct them.