This week on Cutting the Distance, Remi offers his best late season tips as well on his thoughts on what to get the outdoors enthusiast in your life.
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It’s not uncommon for deer hunters to hang up their bows or guns after the rut and spend late season in their living rooms. And, to a degree, I can understand. After several months of hunting season, it’s only human to be a little worn down. However, these folks are missing out.
The late season can be just as productive as the famed month of November if you play your cards right. But knowing the right move to make is easier said than done...
Most deer hunters seem to be in one of two camps when it comes to late season deer hunting, either they love it or they hate it. I personally am in the first category most of the time, but I also know that the late season is no sure thing.
With the proper conditions, the right property, and smart hunting I believe you can consistently kill great bucks during the late season, but those criteria aren’t always easy to attain.
Over my years of late...
On this hunt, Steve teams up with friend and hunting guide Remi Warren for a late-season quest for bull elk in Montana. They’re both carrying tags but finding a bull in the steep, snow-covered mountains of western Montana isn’t going to be easy. They’ll have to put in some long days and a lot of miles in rough country. But the elk are there and with some hard work, the two hunters eventually find what they’re looking for. And in the end, some...