Bowhunting elk is an ever-evolving game from the start of the season to the end. Many tactics work, but many only work for a certain part of the season or just a couple days. For example, bulls are easier to call in during certain times of the season or if they are in a certain mood. You can encounter a bull one day that will not have anything to do with calling, and the next day, he’s mouth-open running in to you. Cow calling can work well and so can bugling. But do you have the skill to know how to find them or hunt them when they go silent? Or when they aren’t rutting at all?