Elk Bowhunting: Adventures of an elk bowhunter

Elk Bowhunting: Adventures of an elk bowhunter

by Jason Reid
Elk Bowhunting: Adventures of an elk bowhunter

Elk Bowhunting: Adventures of an elk bowhunter

by Jason Reid

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Overview

The Elk Bowhunting series (www.elkbowhunting.com) is a collection of thrilling and immersive elk hunting adventures for experienced hunters, newcomers, or those interested in this challenging and adrenaline-charged realm of bow hunting elk.

Explore valuable life lessons learned from the hunt, an elevated gratitude towards life, and the positive impact of procuring one's own food.

Dive into this captivating realm with a visually stunning coffee table book that chronicles over a decade of exhilarating adventures in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado during the elk rut of September.

Join an avid DIY bowhunter as he shares his intimate encounters with majestic elk, exhilarating harvests, and the breathtaking landscapes that serve as the backdrop to these unforgettable experiences. Through vivid imagery and engaging narrative, readers will be transported high into the Rockies and deep within the heart of elk country.

Whether you're reminiscing about past hunts, eagerly anticipating the next season, or contemplating your own journey into the world of bowhunting, this book is sure to inspire and enthrall.

This 123-page full color coffee table book is available in hard and soft cover options and details hunts that occurred from 2002 to 2017.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9798990018617
Publisher: Jason Reid
Publication date: 04/15/2024
Series: Elk Bowhunting , #1
Pages: 124
Sales rank: 287,775
Product dimensions: 11.00(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.44(d)

About the Author

(www.elkbowhunting.com) Jason is a Colorado native and was raised in the mountains at over 9,000 feet in elevation, where he developed a strong connection and love for the mountains, nature, and the great outdoors. He began bowhunting elk in college, backpacking alone in the San Juan National Forest around Durango, Colorado, carrying everything needed to survive for many days on his back while hiking and tracking elk into some of the most beautiful and remote country.

The learning curve for bowhunting elk back in the early 1990s was steep, especially since he hunted alone and was self-taught. He now, in his early 50's, chases the elk herds predominantly in the Pike National Forest, public BLM lands, or on private land around the Pikes Peak region of Colorado under 100% fair chase conditions. With decades of bowhunting experience, he hunts predominantly alone as a Do-It-Yourself (DIY) hunter or hunts with a few friends that share his passion for hunting elk. He has not utilized special draw areas, trophy fee lands, pay-to-hunt ranches that manage for trophy bull elk, or used outfitters for any of his hunts. Rather, he relishes in participating in all aspects of the hunt from scouting to hunting to processing the game himself.

He thrives on the bond and the connection that is created to the sustenance from the hunt and enjoys preparing and consuming the nutrient-dense, clean, and healthy protein elk meat provides. He planned the birth of his kids around archery elk season as to not conflict with being in the mountains during birthdays. And he is a lifetime member of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and encourages discussions on how hunting and hunters are the largest group of conservationists and provide the majority of funding, through their license sales, for the Colorado Parks and Wildlife's game management programs. Programs that have not only been tremendously successful but are envied throughout the world.
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