If you learn where the Elk hang out when they want to escape hunting
pressure and then RESPECT that cover area and leave it alone then the Elk will
stay home. Leave them ALONE and they will stay HOME.
Elk can move in and around hunters on their way from feeding to water to bedding
but don't take kindly to folks tramping through their bedrooms. Don't camp in
your hunting zones, take the extra 1/2 hour travel time and camp back a bit and
give them some space. Keep the noise-making ATVs and other obnoxious machines
and HUMAN SMELLS safely back from the areas you hope to intercept, see and hunt
If you disrupt those critical safety zones then the resident elk you were hoping
to harvest may just up and pack their bags and move on out. I bet an Elk can
cover 15 miles on a romp over night, you'd never catch up. Respect their space.
Submitted by Kevin K. Elisha
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