Blessed to put my tag on this stunning public land Utah Mt. Dutton bull. The team at High Top Outfitters could not have been more awesome. Their hard work and determination led me to this success. Thank you to my dad Lewis for traveling with me and sharing this hunt with me. To the hardest working crew of guys I have ever seen~ Jay Simon, Kelly Bingham, Brett Guymon, Chris Blad, Shane Williams, Chris Conner, Shawn Ellis, Marty Ellis, and Jeff. Thank you all for holding my ammo around those 340 bulls. This stud was worth the wait! He was tricky to get on and put the slip on me two days in a row but I was finally able to catch him in the open placing a single shot at 600 yards. He literally dropped in his tracks! An unbelievable ending to an epic hunt taking home my biggest bull ever at 360 inches!
Kristy Titus, Co-Host of RMEF’s Team Elk television show, NRA Certified Instructor and Cabela’s Ambassador, is hosting seminars on pre-season scouting success during the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation's Elk Camp national convention December 3-12 at The Mirage and Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC). Titus’ seminars are December 3 at 2 p.m. and December 6 at 11 a.m.
Her seminar, Pre-season Scouting for Early Season Elk Hunting Success, discusses the pros of pre-season scouting that will help increase early season elk hunting success. “There are many opportunities for success that lie in wait for the early season elk hunter affording the opportunity to harvest a mature bull before he gathers his cows,” said Titus.
Titus is also appearing at the Cabela’s booth #1220 at the Hunter Christmas expo on the following dates:
December 5 - 1:00-3:00PM
December 6 - 9:00-10:30AM
December 8 - 1:00-3:00PM
December 10 - 1:00-3:00PM
December 12 - 1:00-3:00PM
She will be appearing at the Montana Silversmiths’ booth #847 at the Hunter Christmas Expo the following dates and times:
December 8 – 11 a.m. – 12 p.m.
December 12 – 11 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Elk Camp coincides with the first four days of the National Finals Rodeo. Sponsors include Browning, Buck Knives, Cabela's, Hunter's Specialties, Leupold, Nationwide, New Holland, Nosler, Peak & BlueDEF, Sitka, Realtree, Remington and U.S. Bank.
Terri Clark, Tracy Lawrence, Craig Morgan, Chuck Wicks and Mark Wills will provide entertainment at Elk Camp evening events at The Mirage. Wicks and Wills will join fellow country music performing artists Chad Bushnell, Lucas Hoge, Erin Michelle, Jay Ketchem and Genevieve Allen on the Cabela's Live Stage (Booth #1220) located on the floor of the newly expanded Hunter & Outdoor Christmas Exposition.
The expo will take place in the South Halls of the LVCC in conjunction with the Popular Cowboy Christmas Dec. 3-12. Expo sponsors include Cabela's, Chevrolet, Yamaha, Alps Outdoorz and Peak & BlueDEF.
The work begins, the minute you punch your tag and I used to feel overwhelmed when I had a bull on the ground. Field dressing was a task that I dreaded, it can be messy and time consuming causing your back to ache for days. For me, field dressing a big bull elk has become a much easier task as I have taken up the gutless method which is quick and really easy.
All this talk of field dressing leads me to this week’s Tech Tuesday blog. The selection of a high quality knife is of the utmost importance when taking on the task of field dressing a big game animal. In the past, I have used replaceable blade knives because it seemed like a good option to always have a sharp knife when you need it but there are drawbacks to that train of thought. First, the blades are often too sharp, causing you to cut accidental holes in capes, or yourself, and the blades are flimsy and break very easily. The last thing I want to do is reach inside the cavity of an animal to remove the heart and break off my knife blade inside which I have seen happen on numerous occasions. Not to mention the blades become expensive to replace.
Doing some experimentation with knives, I want to introduce you to the Buck Knives Open Season Series with a S30V blade. Why is the blade important? Well because the type of steel on a blade will dictate how long it will stay sharp.
The steel is the key to your knife staying sharp and the S30V is built to stay sharp. This year, I processed an entire bull elk without my knife dulling. I had no fear when reaching inside the body cavity to remove the heart of my knife blade snapping in half.
If you don’t know how to sharpen a Buck knife, simply send it in to Buck Knives and for a small fee they will gladly restore the edge. I also recently discovered the Buck Flip Stick. Weighing in at less than 2 ounces, you can take it anywhere for field expedient sharpening if it is needed.
The Open Season Series offers a caper, skinner, small game, and folding knife so that you can choose the knife that is right for your application. I chose the 3 ½” small fixed blade caper knife to carry with me afield this year. The beautiful handle is made of Rosewood Dymondwood and is small enough for me to easily control the knife, yet big enough to remove hind quarters on a bull elk. It even comes with a leather sheath that you can thread through your belt.
With a forever warranty, if you break your knife, send it in and they will repair or replace it. Forever. The series ranges in price from $125.00-$140.00 and is proudly made in the USA. Check them out at Cabelas.com.
The sound of a bull elk bugle resonates through the heart and soul of the hunter that pursue him. It is a sound that once heard, can never be forgotten. A sound that compels the hunter to return to the woods in pursuit of the most majestic animal on the planet, year after year without abandon.
The elk speak to the hunter, telling a tale of what they are thinking, feeling and doing; the hunter but only has to listen and interpret the beautiful tale of the elk. The learning curve never ends, the elk are always teaching the hunter, sometimes the hunter gets the best of him and fills his or her tag, sometimes we walk away, lesson learned, memory made, cherishing the time pursuing him.
Lessons learned from elk are hard earned. The price is worn boot leather, sweat, blood and sometimes tears sacrificed from the efforts of the compelled in this blessed dance between man and beast. Sharing my experiences with the royal giants of the forest is an honor. Getting out into wild country in pursuit of elk is something that some folks have only dreamed about, sharing with them, lighting the fire within their heart, and blazing the torch of those who’s fire for elk already burn.
Cabela’s in Thornton and Lone Tree Colorado welcomed me, my stories and experiences on the mountain in pursuit of the bugling bulls into their stores for attendees to experience, listen and learn from my time spent afield. The language spoke, cow mews, chirps, estrous mews and cow bugles to the triumphant sound of the bull elk, location calls, display and challenge calls were all talked about and demonstrated with the use of my favorite Rocky Mountain Hunting Calls.
My hope was to help inform attendees with how those sounds made are all about the emotion of the elk and how to better interpret that emotion based on HOW those sounds are articulated.
The stalk and set up is what often brings a filled tag, so beyond the language of elk, I discussed common behaviors, traits and characteristics often experienced while afield from elk. The desire the elk have to lead with their nose, circling the hunter to the down-wind side and using that tendency to our advantage. The hang up or distance that they often feel safe in approaching, tactics on hunting elk solo and more.
Talking about elk hunting wouldn’t be complete without discussing the great gear that Cabela’s has to offer, so I did a little shopping, showcasing some of my new Kristy Titus Collection of solid sterling silver jewelry by Montana Silversmiths and some of my favorite gear from Swarovski Optik, Wilderness Athlete and Buck Knives along with handing out a complete gear list with item numbers for shopping Cabela’s online. My gear list may be found by clicking HERE.
Opening week of archery elk season is fast approaching and I wish all of the elk hunters out there the best of luck and memories made.
She was beaming, her face lit up like a summer sunrise. “I did it,” she exclaimed while looking at her target with pride. It was the first time in her life that she had ever fired a rifle and much to her surprise, she hit the target exactly where she had lined up her crosshairs and pressed off the trigger, all ten rounds worth. Her apprehension at the bench was easy to see. Before she pressed off her first shot, I gave her a light touch to the shoulder and I told her that I knew she could do it, and she did.
That feeling of accomplishment that comes from hitting your mark, that feeling of empowerment that if you can learn to do this, you can learn to do anything. Having the ability and freedom to accomplish all of our hopes and dreams is exactly what this great country and the Craig Family Camp is about. The firearms gave these women a glimpse of more possibility on the horizon and a newly found confidence to work towards that possibility.
85 women attended the Craig Family Camp 1st Annual Women’s Instructional Shooting Day and 85 women went home with their lives being forever changed. Some women had never shot or even touched a firearm in their life, while others had shot a rifle or shotgun but not a pistol. The camp provided the opportunity for women to shoot rifles, shotguns and pistols, all in a safe controlled environment with knowledgeable mentors and instructors.
The Craig Family Camp is a place where the outdoors and families come together. Many of the women that attended the camp arrived with the anticipation of a first hunting season, or they are taking a child on a hunt and wanted to be better prepared, while others came with the need to learn how to shoot in order to take greater responsibility of personal protection while in the home. The small town of Bloomington Indiana is filled with women that have a desire to become more involved with hunting, shooting sports and a desire to learn more about firearms.
The Craig Family is generous in heart, creating the camp that is free to attendees a place where friends and families have the opportunity to learn, grow and create memories. A place where traffic jams and email is replaced by campfires and hiking trails. A place to curl up next to the fire in the 5000 sq. ft. lodge with enveloped in conversation with a new friend.
The Craig Family wants all who walk upon this 100 acre wooded sanctuary to escape, grow, remember and pass on the lessons learned while here. An opportunity to encourage and empower others is what the camp is truly about.
A prayer was spoken before lunch was served, one that spoke of faith, family and friends, and the important things in life, the gift of time and knowledge. Glory to God for these gifts and as servants of the Lord, it is our responsibility to pass along the gifts that are given to us throughout life, to others creating a ripple effect that is felt by the world.
It is with many thanks that I give praise to the Craig Family for hosting such a tremendous community outreach and to the people within the community that generously donated their time, resources and knowledge. Beyond that, many left a lasting impression on our hearts from afar; Becky Layne from the Wild Sheep Foundation (WSF) traveled from Wyoming to show us all the support of the WSF. Her presence alone was a great gift, but the WSF gave more than that, they donated to the event, helping to make the entire day possible. The Buck Knives family owned company generously donated hats and knives with a famous forever warranty in support of the educational event.
Montana Silversmiths made women feel especially beautiful with their unique western designed and inspired jewelry and buckles that they generously donated in support of the event.
It is only with the support of families like the Craig’s, volunteers and generous donors that events like this are possible. This is truly a grass roots effort to ensure the continuation of our time honored hunting, outdoors and shooting sports traditions.
I am already looking forward to the 2016 event. If you or your company would like to become involved with supporting the Craig Family Camp, please contact Greg Stube, Executive Director of the Craig Family Camp at firstname.lastname@example.org
All items must be washed in unscented detergents prior to entering the field
Sea to Summit Lightweight Dry Sack—Compression Bags– IK-517339 Standard Bags– IK-590795
Cabela’s Women’s Clothing
OutfitHer Mock Tshirt Bug Skinz– IK-944629
OutfitHer Long Sleeve V Neck T Shirt– IK-944852
OutfitHer SUPERTEC Lightweight Pants– IK-944878
OutfitHer Made In The Shade UPF 40 Lightweight Pants– IK-944639
OutfitHer Made In The Shade UPF 40 Lightweight Top- (Order One Size Larger) IK-944638
OutfitHer Fleece 1/4 Zip Pull Over– IK-944626
OutfitHer Lifestyle Jacket– IK– 944876
OutfitHer PrimaLoft Vest– IK-944695
OutfitHer PrimaLoft Jacket– IK-944694
OutfitHer WindShear Hooded Jacket– IK-944448
OutfitHer WindShear Pants– IK-944451
OutfitHer 1/4 Zip Lifestyle Long Sleeve Shirt– IK-944537
OutfitHer Dry Plus Insulated Pants with Suspenders– IK-944949
OutfitHer Rainwear Jacket– IK-944114
OutfitHer Rainwear Pants– IK-944115
Cabela’s+Icebreaker Women’s Merino Wool Long Sleeve Crew Base Layer– IK-974127
Cabela’s+Icebreaker Women’s Merino Wool Tights Base Layer– IK-973982
OutfitHer X6 Shooter Gloves– IK-944514
OutfitHer PolarTec Power Stretch Liner Gloves– IK-944570
Outfitter Series Midweight Socks– IK-831944
OutfitHer Dry Plus Silent Suede Gloves– IK-944571
OutfitHer Beanie– IK-944574
Instinct Back Country Gator– IK-944843
Cabela’s Women’s Fleece Neck Gator– IK-944837
Cabela’s Ladies Footwear
Meindl Women’s Denali– IK-818480
Cabela’s Women’s Instinct Backcountry 400gram– IK-818633
OutfitHer Speed Hunter BOA Light Hunter– IK-814177
Pinnacle Zipper Snake Boots– IK-813868
Pinnacle BOA Extreme 600 gram Boots– IK-818412
Cabela’s XPG Expedition 2 Person 4 Season Tent– IK-581416
Kelty Ignite DriDown 0 Degree Sleeping Bag– IK-580821
Sea to Summit eVent Compression Dry Sack (Waterproof Sleeping Bag/Clothing Stuffer)
Thermarest Neo Air– IK-581151
Cabela’s Willow Hunting Pack– IK-461921
Eberlestock X2– IK-460094
Eberlestock Team Elk– IK-461275
Stone Glacier Backpacks
Buck Knives– Alaskan Guide Crosslock– IK-531923
Buck Knives– Omni Hunter Folding Knife– IK-531998
Buck Knives– Bantam– Cabela’s Zonz Pink– IK-532577
Buck Knives– Paklite Field Master Kit– IK-531327
Swarovksi Z3, Z5, Z6 or X5 Rifle Scope– www.cabelas.com for full listing
Magpul MS1 Padded Rifle Sling– IK-232529
Cabela’s Instinct Xcite Bow IK-462330
Cabela’s Creedence Bow– IK-462979
Buck Knives Bow Tool
Coast Flashlights- Inspection Beam Penlight & Pure Beam Focus Light
Black Diamond Revolt Headlamp + (extra batteries) IK-531169
Map & Compass
Food & Hydration
Wilderness Athlete Performance Products– cabelas.com for complete listing
Dehydrated Food, Jerky, Granola, Trail mix, Dry Oats, Dried fruit, Packaged Tuna . Plan 2,000-3,500 calories of food per day, roughly consisting of 40% Protein, 40% Carbs, 20% Fat.
1 Liter hard water bottle (Nalgene Lexan) IK-518783
2 Liter sized Platypus or 3 liter Nalgene wide mouth collapsible water bladders– IK-532090
Katadyn Vario Water Filter– IK-517647 Upgrade Kit– IK-532094
MSR Reactor Stove (water boiling only) & fuel bottles (2, 22oz bottles)- IK-530809
Utensils & Plastic Cup
Swarovski Optik & Accessories
Swarovski Optik EL Range Binoculars– IK-714396
Swarovski Optik STR Spotting Scope with Illuminated MIL or MOA Reticle– IK-714395
Swarovski Spotting Scope iPhone 5 Adapter– IK-714264
Swarovski Universal Tripod Adapter Binocular Rest– IK-714025
Swarovski CT Travel Carbon Fiber Tripod w DH 101 Tripod Head– IK-713534
Toothbrush & Paste
Small liquid soap
Toilet Paper (Stored in Zip lock Bag)
Lip balm w/SPF
Unscented baby wipes
Basic Medicine (Advil or Aleve, Neosporin, Immodium, Throat Lozenges)
Small first aid kit
Bugling Bull Game Calls– www.cabelas.com for complete listing
Camera (extra memory card)
SPOT Global Satellite Phone-IK-270152
Zip lock Bags (a few quart sized & gallon sized)
Garbage Bags (a few leaf bags are best)
Game Bags (2-3)
Small notepad and pencil
Cloth tape measure
Repair Kit (needle, thread, duct tape) minimal qty.
Outdoor Safe Survival Kit & Metal Match
“If this is your first Buck knife, “welcome aboard.” You are now part of a very large family. We think of each one of our users as a member of the Buck Knives family.
Now that you are family, you might want to know a little more about us. The fantastic growth of Buck Knives, Inc. was no accident. From the beginning, we determined to make God the Senior Partner. In a crisis, the problem was turned over to Him, and He hasn’t failed to help us with the answer. Each knife must reflect the integrity of management. If sometimes we fail on our end, because we are human, we find it imperative to do our utmost to make it right. If any of you are troubled or perplexed and looking for answers, may we invite you to look to Him, for God loves you.
-Originally Authored by Al Buck, added to by Chuck Buck, and now upheld by CJ Buck
Buck Knives, founded in 1902 by Hoyt Buck using wore out file blades as raw material to hand craft knives that would hold and edge longer. That ongoing commitment to the creation and development of new products has put Buck on the map as the leader in knife manufacturing heading into the fourth generation of successful knife making.
Today, not much has changed within the Buck Family; publicly proclaiming faith in our Creator, giving Him the glory of life and that the company is concerned with spiritual profits in addition to making the best knives in the world.
Buck is a company with a faith as hard as the steel that the knives are forged from and it is an honor to be a customer of Buck as well as an ambassador for such a profoundly inspirational company. Being a part of that family made stopping by the factory for a behind the scenes tour of what goes into making such fine knives with the famous, “Forever Warranty” on the top of my list.
Meeting with the Buck Team, CJ Buck, Joe Piedmont, Rachel Rogers, Jennifer, Stephanie Young, and Jacob Siembida, discussing ideas for new knives, how I use knives afield, and more. Product innovation from a grass roots level, this is what Buck is all about.
After the meeting was over, Billy Bates, who has personally manned nearly every phase of knife production took me on a tour of the plant. It was truly impressive the amount of knives that the employees produce daily and how much care and hands on craftsmanship goes into each and every knife.
The wide assortment of knives from fixed blades, folding to custom creations, Buck even makes beautiful knives that feature gorgeous handles made out of elk antler. No detail is over looked. The knives are hand sharpened and tested with each one literally cutting through paper before being boxed up and shipping out.
It is an honor to work with a company that since 1902 has literally put their faith and family, and the love of our creator into each and every knife. The quote at the beginning of this story is a small proclamation that is placed within each completed knife, this BIG message has reached nearly millions of people every year. If you are not already part of the Buck family of knives, get online today at Cabela's and join our family by carrying the #EdgeOfALegend
My breath hung in the air like slowly drifting smoke. Spring was slowly arriving, but not this morning.
The cold mountain air bit at my face. Peering into the deep, timber-filled draws with box call in hand, my good friend, hunting partner and fellow Cabela’s Pro Staffer, Jim Brennan, let out a series of hen yelps with the hopes of enticing a tom turkey to gobble.
Carl, a fellow Central Oregon local, had been so gracious to share the morning hunt with us. These public land mountains had been hunted by him in pursuit of turkeys for many years and he knew just were to check for birds coming off the roost.
The Clearwater River is home to some of the finest steelhead fishing in the world, a place where anglers gather from around the globe for the opportunity at true world-class fish. When Gary Lewis, a long-time friend and mentor, author and the host ofFrontier Unlimited TV approached me to film a fishing show with him on the Clearwater, I knew I was in for a “reel” good time.
The Buck family, the Buck Knives company and millions of outdoors lovers have lost a very special man with the passing of Charles T. (Chuck) Buck, 78, February 6, 2015, in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Born May 13, 1936, in San Diego California, to the late Alfred and Ida (Shapter) Buck, Chuck was a man of deep faith.
Chairman of Buck Knives, Inc., Chuck personified the warm family tradition of the American knifemaking company he headed. He was the third generation, following his grandfather, Hoyt Buck, who made his first knife in 1902, and his father Al Buck. After his discharge from the U.S. Navy in 1961, Chuck learned the ins and outs of the knife business and was there when Buck Knives, Inc. emerged. Within a few years, Chuck was named corporate vice president for manufacturing. In June of 1979, Chuck became president of Buck Knives at age 43. He was later inducted into the Blade Cutlery Hall of Fame in 1996.
Chuck was an outstanding business leader and was influential in Buck Knives' considerable growth. The company, which started out in a wooden lean-to, has now grown to a 128,000 square foot building, employing more than 300 people in Post Falls, Idaho. Chuck handed over the business to son, CJ in 1999 but remained active as Chairman of the Board.
Chuck was widely known and respected by outdoor editors and writers, especially those who shared time with him at the annual meeting of the Outdoor Writers Association. They always made it a point to hear what he had to say about innovations in cutlery, and many also wanted to exchange thoughts on their mutual Christian faith.
Chuck was such a friendly, gregarious gentleman that people meeting him for the first time went away feeling they had been friends for years. It really did not matter who they were, they were important to him. He loved to travel all over America, many times with his wife Lori, visiting with customers in stores to hear what knife users liked and what they wanted.
As testament to his faith, Chuck included with every Buck knife a message from the Buck Family that speaks of the growth of Buck Knives and the determination to make God their Senior Partner. "If any of you are troubled or perplexed and looking for answers, may we invite you to look to Him, for God loves you," a thought Chuck added to the message, originally written by his father in 1974. The message is clear, and a testament to the foundation to which Buck Knives was built upon.
Chuck took every opportunity to share the message and through the years had received numerous letters thanking him for spreading the word. One of his most cherished letters came from a woman who re-dedicated her life to Christ after reading the message. The woman was planning to commit suicide by cutting her wrists with a Buck knife. When she opened the box, the message fell out and as the woman read the passage, "For God loves you..." she felt warmth in all directions and knew it was the Holy Spirit. In a mentor session, Chuck recalled this story and added, "If we don't ever get another letter, that one will be the one I count as most important."
Chuck attended San Diego State College, Southern California College and Mesa College and was also served in the U.S. Navy.
Chuck was preceded in death by his parents Al and Ida; and brother, Frank. He is survived by his beloved wife, Lori; son, CJ (Heidi); daughter, Maralee (Joe) Buck-Houser; sister, Janice (Robert) Holt; grandchildren, Josh Buck, Sarah (Hans) Hauge, Rachel (Tony)Wagner, Andy Houser, Aaron Houser, Brittany Nelson, Reese Hyde; great grandson, Tandrup (Tan) Hauge; and numerous family and friends throughout the country.
Chuck will be greatly missed by his family, friends, everyone at Buck Knives, and throughout the outdoor industry.
A celebration of Chuck's life will be held at 2 p.m., Friday, Feb. 13 at Real Life Ministries, 1866 North Cecil Road, Post Falls, Idaho. A final memorial will be held May 13, 2015 in San Diego, CA.
Press release prepared by Buck Knives
Wolf Management & Chuck Wicks- What does the hottest topic in conservation and one of the hottest country music stars have in common? They are both on RMEF Team Elk this week. Tune in and learn about the legal issues surrounding wolves and the impact they've had on elk from an attorney who has helped the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation PLUS country music artist Chuck Wicks hunts elk in New Mexico.
Gentlemen (or ladies, but we doubt this applies to you), if you forgot Valentine’s Day—or if you decided to hunt snow geese instead—Kristy Titus just might be able to keep you from sleeping on the couch for the next 3 months.
Click HERE to read the article on North American Hunter.
RMEF Team Elk Member Randy Newberg hunts public land in Wyoming with RMEF life member Mark Hirvonen, who’s dealing with health issues and wants to get just one bull in his lifetime.
Team Elk airs on the Outdoor Channel Tuesday 4:30pm, Wednesday 1:00am, Thursday 10:30pm and Saturday 11:00pm EST.
RMEF Team Elk member Kristy Titus helps 14-year-old Eli James on his first bull elk hunt. The James family from Indiana is a testament to what’s right with today’s families and youth. Eli and I had a great hunt and a ton of fun. Check it out....Airing on the Outdoor Channel Tuesday, Feb 10, 4:30 PM,Wednesday, Feb 11, 1:00 AM, Thursday, Feb 12, 10:30 PM, Saturday, Feb 14, 11:00 PM EST.
The love of wild places and desire to not only protect those wild places but make them better than ever, stirred something in the heart of John Caid some 37 years ago. John is arguably the most experienced elk and wildlife biologist in the world having spent 35 years managing the White Mountain Apache Tribe Game and Fish Department and now for the past two years the Express UU Bar Ranches in New Mexico.
Tune in this week and join me and John Caid in New Mexico at the Express UU Bar Ranch for a management bull hunt and see for yourself why we are now in the Golden Age of Elk Hunting.
Team Elk airs on the Outdoor Channel Tuesday 4:30pm, Wednesday 1:00am, Thursday 10:30pm, and Saturday 11:00pm EST.
Raised in the backcountry, Kristy has spent a large amount of time hunting and trekking through the woods and jungles and appreciates serving as an ambassador for women hunters while experiencing the thrill of fair chase hunting. Titus has hunted throughout the world, including the African savannas. She is very passionate in areas that support wildlife and habitat conservation and outdoor recreation. She is also a proud member of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation (RMEF), a featured member of Team Elk TV Show, part of the Pro Staff team for Swarovski Optik, and an ambassador for Cabelas.
"I am honored to work with Buck Knives," said Kristy Titus. "Buck Knives is such a well-respected brand and one that I have always trusted for producing quality products. It feels great to be part of the team."
Click HERE to read more from Outdoor Wire.
Buck Knives- Edge of a Legend is now offering the Bantom Collection of knives in Cabela's Zonz camo.
Continuing our hunt with Country Music Artist Easton Corbin at the Express UU Bar Ranch. RMEF’s Steve Decker also hunts for a management bull.
Team Elk airs on the Outdoor Channel Tuesday at 4:30PM, Wednesday at 1:00AM, Thursday at 10:30PM and Saturday at 11:00PM EST.
Team Elk Host Brandon Bates and Pete Angle hunt for a big 5x5 bull in New Mexico.
Team Elk airs on the Outdoor Channel Tuesday at 4:30PM, Wednesday at 1:00AM, Thursday at 10:30PM and Saturday at 11:00PM EST.
RMEF Member Tim Compton hunts in Utah and tries to complete his 30 year quest for an archery elk.
Team Elk airs on the Outdoor Channel Tuesday at 4:30PM, Wednesday at 1:00AM, Thursday at 10:30PM and Saturday at 11:00PM EST.