I pulled into the driveway after work, parked my car in the garage and walked to the mailbox. I pulled a stack of paper out of the mailbox and flipped through it all – bills, junk, ads, bills, hunting magazine. Woo hoo! I was excited to get the latest issue of Extreme Elk – as I always I am – but this time it was different. I flipped back to the “Antler Tips” column, and there it was…my article!
It all started back in October, as I was debriefing on my Colorado elk hunt, and talking with other elk hunters about my experience. I wanted to summarize the incredibly helpful information that others had poured into me, and share the lessons that I learned (and am still learning) for other “up and coming” elk hunters. Thankfully, Corey Jacobsen, the editor of Extreme Elk (who is also a 7-time world champion elk caller, founder of Elk101.com, and accomplished do-it-yourself elk hunter) liked my idea.
Many thanks to Corey and the rest of the crew at Extreme Elk, not only for publishing my article in this issue, but more-so for providing the most informational, entertaining, and certainly best-designed elk hunting magazine out there.
This statement has nothing to do with my article and has everything to do with the fact that I am a reader first, and have been a subscriber of Extreme Elk since day one: If you’re an elk hunter, you will absolutely love this magazine.
If you’re not a subscriber, you’re missing out.