If you have an one in a lifetime tag and you see a bull moose with some diecent antlers you had better shoot him or else you may go home with tag soup. That is unless you have done a lot of scouting and know and have seen is a better animal out there. I know of a lady that had a Buffalo tag in Utah a few years ago and she wanted a nice bull. Well, she passed up enough of them that she had to have her tag hung from the wall where the bull would of been.
I don't want to find myself in that position. I started putting in for the buffalo tag this year in Utah and figure I might draw that one by the time I'm too old to want to pack anything farther from the grocery cart to the back seat of the pickup truck. Thanks for the advice
I'll keep you guys posted. I'm going to try and get it on film if it allows and hopefully lots of trophy pictures. It's going to be a tough hunt because it's all wilderness and no quads, trucks, or motorcycles, just good ol fashioned leg power
Bring them in on a string. I love this term, if you want to be successful on calling in Elk, try not to just sound like the other caller. We all laugh at each other when we are practicing Elk calling at home or while camping. When I first started calling in Elk, I had no idea what i was doing and it's funny how many I could call in. The biggest Bull that I have called in to date was actually my first. I was making cow calls and screwing it up big time. But it's obvious I didn't screw up...