Video: Bowhunting Trophy Elk in Montana


Impressive bull elk in Montana in a new video!

From Stuck N The Rut:

“After elk hunting in Idaho, now it is time to spend some time bowhunting elk in Montana. Tom and Travis made their way to Montana in a Unit that Travis Drew. The public land was all surrounded by Private, so our biggest obstacle was to find a way to get to the public land so we can hunt. Enough door knocking, and we finally found a farmer who gave us permission to go through his land. The best part about this hunt is that this is a wolfless area, and it is nice to witness so much rut action without wolves disturbing the elk population in this area.”

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Video: Rifle Hunting Bull Elk


Take down of a nice bull elk!

From Stuck N The Rut:

“Casie Schneider, married to owner of Stuck N The Rut, is in pursuit of her first elk. She learns a lesson the first day about hunting thick timber when she has an opportunity on a quick shot. Casie doesn’t give up easy. She kept on elk hunting until the right opportunity presented itself. Enjoy this video and make sure to subscribe to us. She was shooting a 338 ultra mag”

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Video: Alaska Bull Moose at Close Range


And some people might miss … Great video of a take down of a big bull moose in Alaska.

From Stuck N The Rut:

“After Tom shot his moose on episode 73, the focus turns to Travis. He spend the rest of season trying to archery a moose, but no luck. The last day of season, Travis decided to pack the rifle instead and the moose came into archery range.”

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Video: Do-It-Yourself Alaska Moose Hunt


A DIY Alaska moose hunt is about as hard core as it gets. In a video from Stuck N The Rut, a crew takes on such a dream hunt.

From Stuck N The Rut:

“Travis and Tom Schneider did an Alaskan moose hunt. Travis was really wanting to shoot one with a bow, so any moose that left a really good rifle opportunity, Tom would take it. They got in to camp 2 days early so that they can scout out the area. Saw a lot of moose, so they knew they would have a lot of action. Day one of the hunt, they saw some good bulls, but couldn’t close the distance. On their way back to the tent, a big bull stood along side of the waters edge. Because the limited time of making a decision, Tom decided to not shoot the bull moose. This area has a restriction of either 4 points on an eye-guard, or the moose antlers must be 50 inches wide. Day 2 of hunting, they side hilled the mountain, looking down in the flat. Tom spotted the moose he wanted to shoot, so they made the stalk. Enjoy Stuck N The Rut Episode 73, and make sure to stay tuned for Travis’s moose hunt.”

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Video: High Country Idaho Mule Deer Hunting


Big buck in the snowy high country of Idaho!

From the video makers:

“After Tom got his buck in Idaho, it is Travis’s turn. We had some awesome experiences and encounters, but not quite the size we were looking for on a mature mule deer bucks. We finally found the big buck Travis has been waiting for in a steep cliff area so we made the pursuit.”

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Video: Hunting Big Mountain Bull Elk


An archery hunt for elk with some big mountain stalking in the mix.

From Stuck N The Rut:

“Bowhunting elk. This is a continuation from Episode 34. After Travis shoots the bear, we skin it out and continue our elk hunt. As we get to the top, we hear the bull on the other side of the mountain bugling, but because he had a herd of cows, he refused to come in. After a couple hours of bugling, we decided to move into his territory without bugling (the silent treatment). As we moved closer, we heard him bugle again. After getting within 150 yards from the bull, Travis stayed put and Tom moved in with his bow closer. Tom found a good spot to set up with his bow, and so Travis challenged the herd bull to fight. You’ll need to watch the video to see what happens. This is what elk hunting is all about. This is two brothers DIY on public hunting ground. Make sure to subscribe to us and if you want to watch these hunts in better quality, go to http://www.stuckntherut.com and these are free hunting episodes”

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Video: GoPro-Filmed Archery Elk Hunt


Goes to show that hunters can make great GoPro-filmed videos!

From Stuck N The Rut:

“This is exactly what it looks like to film an elk bow hunt through a GoPro. Two brothers have got their elk so far, Travis and Tom. One brother left= Trevor Schneider. Travis filmed for Trevor on this hunt. They had this bull located and his bugles were really responsive, so Travis stayed back to call while Trevor put the GoPro on his head to film what Travis wasn’t able to. After Trevor shot the elk at 30 yards. The right thing to do is wait 30 minutes before tracking a blood trail, unless it is raining. Because it was raining, they had to act fast and start tracking the bull. As they were tracking the bull, they heard sticks popping, which is a sign that the bull isn’t dead yet. The best thing to do in this situation is to wait. After taking safety precautions, they went about another 80 yards and the bull was laying there dead. It took two days for Trevor and Travis to pack out all the meat and the rack of this bull elk. Enjoy this archery hunt, and make sure to subscribe to our channel.”

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