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Post-Rut Elk Hunting: When the Bugling Dies

Photo by Alamy When the timing is just right, all things seem possible for September elk hunting—probable, even. Bulls are practically screaming from every ridge and hollow. It’s not a matter of whether you’ll hear a bull, it’s which bugle you should go to first. Anticipation is high, and it’s simply a matter of time before you run an arrow through one of the brutes. Then reality sets in.
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