Whether you have been hunting elk for decades or are going to try it for the first time this fall, something can always be learned. In my opinion Paul Medel is one of the best out there to learn from, and in his own words, “I’ve always thought of myself as a giver and love sharing any elk info I have freely.” This couldn’t be more true, as I don’t know of anyone else that shares their knowledge like Paul does, and he knows a lot about elk. Paul Medel created ElkNut Outdoor Productions over a decade ago.
One of ElkNut’s more popular products is the PlayBook. This is a pocket-sized field guide about calling and setups for elk hunting. It is made to be taken with you while hunting so you can always have a reference of what you see and hear, and then have a good idea of what to try to do from there.
One of the products I have used for the past few years is one of their Chuckler bugle tubes with a mouth reed for bugling in elk. In my opinion there is no other type of bugle that is as realistic as this setup. It is well worth it to try to learn how to use a mouth reed to bugle, as well as cow call.
Just recently a ElkNut Forum was created. This is no doubt going to be a great place to learn and share valuable information about elk and elk hunting. Another good option for learning is to like ElkNut’s Facebook page. Every once in a while Paul will post tips and tricks about elk hunting.
So if you are going elk hunting this fall or plan to in the future, check out ElkNut. I am sure there is something everyone could learn from them.