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Colorado’s Prolific San Juan Elk

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Good elk numbers? Plenty of public access? Over-the-counter tags? Colorado’s San Juan elk herd has it all! (October 2007)


2007 Colorado Elk Forecast

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Let’s take a look around the state to see where the best unit is to tag the bull you’re after. (August 2007)


Colorado’s 2006 Elk Forecast

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In a state where the wapiti-hunting glass is nearly always full, hunters are anticipating another outstanding elk season in Colorado’s high country. (August 2006)


Utah’s New No. 1 Elk

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Out of shape and out of bullets, Jeff Didericksen – hunting in 2002 with the statewide Sportsman’s tag – still managed to bag the biggest bull in Utah history.


Gunnison Basin Buglers

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Despite having 45 elk herds roaming the Centennial State, it’s easy to zero in on the Gunnison region, where elk are plentiful and hard hunting is often rewarded with a Western-sized hat rack.


Larry Ball’s Birthday Bull

by Brett Prettyman 0

California hunter Larry Ball turned a birthday present from his wife into Utah’s No. 2 typical elk with the help of an old friend.


Give Me Liberty!

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A Nevada hunter heads north to Liberty, Utah, to bag the elk of a lifetime on the ranch of former NFL Pro Bowler Rulon Jones.


Nevada’s Biggest Archery Bull

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With a Silver State tag in his pocket, Randy Ulmer sets out on a month-long quest in 2003. His archery bull is one of the biggest ever taken in Nevada, with bow or rifle.


Cody’s Utah Bull

by Brett Prettyman 0

Cody Bradford’s gargantuan bull elk from the Beehive State’s San Juan Unit is one for the Boone and Crockett records.


3 Bulls Down, 3 Bucks To Go

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Good fortune rained down on the Noble family in 2003. After drawing Arizona elk tags for a rut hunt, this father and two sons drew three Arizona Strip mule deer tags.

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