By: Jack Ballard
The prospect of an elk hunt conjures dreams of trophy bulls. While the pursuit of that majestic animal is the reason for going, many outdoors people also look forward just as much to the camaraderie and relaxation of a backwoods hunting camp. The comfort, utility, and durability of you elk camp can sometimes make or break the quality of your hunt. Without a dry, warm place to sleep and eat, and a secure, organized place to embark from each morning, you'll be hard pressed to make the most of the day, especially given the often daunting nature of the terrain, weather, and quarry.
Experienced elk hunters looking for easy modifications to their camp will find a lot of useful instruction in this book. It can also serve as a total guide for those who are in the planning stages of their first extended hunt.