Picking the Best Dates
Lessons Learned • 23m
In this episode of Lessons Learned, Randy Newberg reflects on his 2020 Colorado first rifle season elk hunt. During this hunt Randy was successful on harvesting a bull elk on the second day of the hunt. Having had a successful hunt, he looks back to some early decisions he made way before the season even started. The first point discussed is how Randy was able to pick premium dates. In Colorado the first season rifle can vary on dates from year to year. He also explains how being prepared kept him from putting all eggs into the wrong basket. Hopefully from watching these videos you can learn from Randy's successes and mistakes to give yourself the best option of finding success on your next hunt.
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