Ch. 5 - Migratory vs Non-Migratory Elk
Rifle Elk Hunting with Randy Newberg • 6m 28s
Elk are elk, but some landscapes require elk to migrate. Other landscapes require elk to stay put. Regardless of what type of elk are in your hunt, Randy explains how elk best use the available resources, and why it matters when trying to find public land elk.
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Ch. 6 - Weather & Migratory Elk
Migratory elk disperse vertically, based on weather, seasons, and hunting pressure. In this chapter, Randy explores how to take advantage of those factors during rifle seasons.
Ch. 7 - Moisture & Non-Migratory Elk
Non-migratory elk disperse horizontally, based on forage availability resulting from localized moisture patterns. In this chapter, Randy explains how to use that behavior to find elk consistently in rifle seasons.
Ch. 8 - Hunting Pressure
Rifle elk hunting is usually the most intense period of hunting pressure, causing mature bull elk to respond accordingly. In this chapter, Randy discusses tactics to use hunting pressure to your advantage.