Nothing welcomes the reawakening of spring and generates a more convivial preamble to the upcoming hunting season better than the thundering rumble of a spring gobbler sounding off through the newly budding trees. It’s a time of year hunters wait for with almost drooling anticipation. The first chance to get into the woods. The first
To an avid hunter, elk are what dreams are made of. They symbolize the upper echelon of big game in North America and, for many hunters, present a once-in-a-lifetime trophy. Hunters all over the country—from the Blue Mountains of Washington State to the Cumberlands of Pennsylvania—fantasize about mountains echoing with the screaming bugles of bulls.