Video: Big Bull Takedown in New Mexico


In a video short from Hoyt, Michael Waddell heads to New Mexico where he takes down a nice bull elk.

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Video: Bowhunting Elk in New Mexico


A successful New Mexico public land hunt with Randy Newberg!

From Newberg:

“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.

Two days remain in the hunt. It is a coin toss as to whether we hunt the timber with the other hunters or if we head to the grasslands and have it all to ourselves.

Corey agrees to Randy’s one day at the grasslands and the final day in the timber. It doesn’t take long on this windy morning for some elk to show themselves and bed in what little shade exists. Time for the world elk calling champion to go into spot and stalk mode.

Five long miles from the truck, Corey culminates the hunt with a four-hour stalk that took amazing stealth and even more determination. By the time the bull is retrieved, the guys get to camp in the wee morning hours, providing a fitting end to a grueling and memorable hunt.

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.

Thanks for watching.”

To check out more from Randy Newberg, click here.

Video: New Mexico Archery Elk Hunting


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.

From Newberg:

“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.”

To check out more from Randy Newberg, click here.

Film: Hunting Elk and Antelope in New Mexico in #HUSHLIFE The Movie


A dream multi-species hunt in New Mexico is the focus of a new film from Hushin.

From Hushin:

“A 90 minute film showcasing the #HUSHLIFE and our journey to New Mexico in search of antelope and elk!”

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Video: Bowhunting Elk in New Mexico


Randy Newberg has some great elk videos from across the west, and in this video, he pursues big bull elk in New Mexico.

From Newberg:

“Hunting New Mexico archery elk with Randy Newberg . Episode 2 from Season 1 of On Your Own Adventures is an archery elk hunt from the famed “Gila” country of southwestern New Mexico.”

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Video: Hunting Bull Elk in New Mexico


The Experience has dropped another new video — this one with hunting action in New Mexico.

From The Experience:

“Dan Catlin heads to New Mexico in search of migrating bulls headed towards their winter range. You never know what you might find on a hunt like this but two things are for sure, lots of glassing & you’re going to see some BUSTED UP BULLS!”

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Video: Archery Hunting for Big New Mexico Bull Elk

 

A video from the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish takes on monster gila bull elk with a bow. These elk are true trophies.

To check out more from the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish, click here.