No better way to kick off the "Countdown to September" than jumping right in with trailcams! Independance day has come and gone, and if you haven't put out your trailcams, then you should think about getting them set now.
September is but a warm and fuzzy memory as the temps drop and the winter snows come. Rut-fests and smashed wallows may be gone for the year, but elk calling still has an angle or two for you to explore.
We offer a wide variety of diaphragms here at Phelps. A couple years ago we introduced the Pitch Black Series of calls which have grown in popularity. Why is this 3 pack so different than other 3 packs of calls?
With September’s bugling bulls just a few short weeks away, the panic pack has begun! You know what I’m talking about. You pace throughout the house talking to yourself, stuffing anything and everything into your tote or pack that you think you may even remotely need during the hunt away from home. I take a few minutes and write everything down. This is my backpack list for whether I’m day tripping it, or bivy hunting with my pack on my back all day while wandering around trying to find an ornery old bull who wants to bugle back. I’ve found that I use very little of the gear that I carried in the past, so I have trimmed the list down to the essentials.
6 weeks until SEPTEMBER! Are you ready? Are your hunting arrows and broadheads dialed?
We get a ton of emails and DM's asking about- "What calls would you recommend for a beginner elk hunter"? We like to recommend the following diaphragm calls, and here's why: