In episode 2 of this Idaho archery elk hunt, Randy Newberg and Kurt Howard are heading out at first light with a plan to cover country and location bugle to find a bull to go after. They cover a ton of country from sun up to sun down with only hearing a faint response way off in the distance.
The next morning they are woken up by bugling bulls in the dark at camp, interrupting their sleep. So once daybreak comes, they decide to head towards where they think those elk went. After covering country and bugling, they finally glass up a lone elk over on a ridge during the middle of the day.
They decide to let it bed down for the heat of the day before making their way towards him. After a quick nap they slowly get into position to try and do some calling to see if they can call an elk within range. It doesn't pan out, but luckily they get eyes on a mature 6-point bull later in the evening with hopes of calling him closer to Kurt to get a shot.