In today’s podcast, Jaden and Cody dive into some in-depth elk calling tips. “Curiosity killed the cat” is an old proverb referring to the innate need to see what is going on. In this podcast we talk a lot about let curiosity kill the elk. Far too often we overcall in the last few moments of an elk encounter and miss an opportunity that could have formed by letting the elk’s curiosity get him in trouble.
Cody covers how to put this to work in various situations from raking to lost calf calls, and even when mimicking bulls early season. This podcast also dives down some rabbit wholes surrounding hunting more elk vs less populated areas and how each has its own pros and cons.
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Introduction – 1m 3s
Patience When Calling – 4m 9s
The Lost Cow Scenario – 13m 17s
When to Mimic & When to Challenge – 18m 6s
Calling & Learning – 22m 45s
Grunts & Chuckles – 25m 17s
Knowing When to Shut Up – 27m 8s
More Elk vs. Less Elk – 37m 4s
If you had 1 Hunting Super Power – 42m 15s
Closing Thoughts – 45m 52s
A Master of 1 or a Jack of all – 47m 35s
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