By Danielle Sturgis | March 19 2010 08:55
Learn how NRA defends hunters' rights.From Justin McDaniel at NRAHuntersRights.org:

Elk Camp Recap: 2010

The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation held Elk Camp in Reno, Nev., March 4-7, a yearly celebration of elk, elk country, and elk hunting.

The convention is a place for hunters to book trips, swap stories, purchase gear, and attend seminars from legendary elk hunters like Wayne Carlton of Carlton Calls and Al Morris from Hunter’s Specialties. Even if you’ve never hunted elk before, Elk Camp will get you fired up to buy an elk call and head for the timber.

Considering that elk are one of North America’s most expensive—and difficult—animals to hunt, the approximately 20,000 hunters in attendance were some of the most die-hard outdoorsmen and conservationists you’ll find anywhere.

That’s why I found two pieces of information that I gleaned from the show particularly interesting.

Continue reading Justin's piece here.

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