Solo Hunting Elk in Montana
Lessons Learned • 25m
In this episode of Lessons Learned, Randy Newberg reflects on a limited-entry Montana elk hunt from this past season. He mostly solo hunted this tag and also self filmed it. Not having success, Randy is going to cover some of the mistakes he made as he looks back on the hunt. First, Randy explains how he should have allocated more time and prioritized this limited-entry tag that he drew. Beyond that, he realizes now he should have prepared for all conditions. During the hunt, the winds were absolutely howling making hunting more difficult. With such high winds, elk hang out in a totally different area than Randy planned to hunt. He saw elk and specifically bulls on public land. So it wasn't all negative. But with these tips, hopefully you can learn from Randy's mistakes and apply these lessons to your next hunt to help cut the learning curve.
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