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SURVIVING A NIGHT IN YOUR TRUCK

Jan 16, 2020

SURVIVING A NIGHT IN YOUR TRUCK

Surviving a night in your truck is something that hunters face each time they venture into the backcountry during winter. The old saying goes in the western states that “if you don’t like the weather …

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GLASSING TO FIND MORE BULLS

Sep 9, 2019

GLASSING TO FIND MORE BULLS

The big views found in some elk country is a great opportunity to put your optics and your stalking ability to the test. Depending on the terrain, spotting the elk can be tough. In the morning, get to …

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CHOOSING A BROADHEAD FOR ELK

Posted by Trevon Stoltzfus on Aug 20, 2019

CHOOSING A BROADHEAD FOR ELK

The bull elk screamed in the Colorado morning air and the hair on the back of my neck snapped to attention as my breath caught in the back of my throat and adrenaline pounded in my ears. The bull’s ha …

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WHY MONTANA DECOY MAKES SO MANY ELK DECOYS?

Posted by MTD Staff on Aug 7, 2019

WHY MONTANA DECOY MAKES SO MANY ELK DECOYS?

How to I pick the right Elk Decoy for my hunt?No doubt, four elk decoys seems like overkill-until you think about the differences. Each elk decoy we make has strengths and weaknesses, but there is no …

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UTILIZING ELK DECOYS; EARLY SEASON VS THE RUT

Posted by Trevon Stoltzfus on Jun 26, 2019

UTILIZING ELK DECOYS; EARLY SEASON VS THE RUT

Elk season out west always seems to conjure images of reddish gold aspen leaves in September and bulls screaming out their love sick calls in the high county of the Rocky Mountains. For an elk hunter …

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