There’s no question that New Mexico is one of the ultimate big game destinations, and in a new video, Randy Newberg and friend Corey Jacobsen head to the state for a big bull elk.
“Randy Newberg and Corey Jacobsen are in western New Mexico archery hunting elk in late September. This public land hunt takes place during a full moon phase, putting Corey’s World Champion calling skills to the test.
This hunt is getting harder by the day. With a lack of elk in the higher country, Randy convinces Corey to go to the grasslands for spot and stalk. Corey, being the world champion elk caller, leaves his bow at the truck, giving Randy the option to use his stalking skills on these same lands where he has been successful in the past.
A nice bull is spotted at daylight, but somehow disappears into the canyons and bluffs. Other than a photogenic black bear, the rest of the day is mostly a lot of miles with hardly any elk to show for it. Time to cross this large area off the list of potential locations.
This is the longer day-by-day version of the hunt, showing many parts and information that get cut to meet the abbreviated time constraints of TV.”
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