Category: Elk Hunting

How to Make Delicious Meat From Elk Hunts

Elk raw steak from wild meat on a cutting board

Samuelson Outfitters organizes elk hunts in rural Colorado. Once a hunter gets an elk, he or she can take home the meat and eat it. Elk is a healthy red meat. It’s high in protein. What’s more, it’s low in cholesterol and fat. What are some tips for cooking elk meat? Well, because elk has… Read more »

Keep These Things in Mind When Planning a Colorado Hunting Trip

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Are you planning a hunting trip? Samuelson Outfitters offers the kind of big game hunting trips people dream about, including excellent elk hunts in Colorado. What are some things to consider when planning a hunting trip? Choose the Season That’s Right For You First, consider the time of year you want to go, coupled with… Read more »

What Should You Expect From Your Elk Outfitter?

Elk Hunting in Colorado

What should you expect from your elk outfitter? Ideally, the elk outfitter you connect with should make your elk hunting experience worthwhile and enjoyable. You should be contacted before the hunt by your guide. You’ll be informed of what’s provided versus what to bring… and you’ll be given an overview of what to expect for… Read more »

The Benefits of Hunting on Horseback

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You come to a certain point in your life where you like to take advantage of anything that makes life a little easier, right? At a certain age, you don’t have to do things the way you always did them. You’re ready for something a little different. You’re open to new experiences. Case in point:… Read more »

When Do You Need a Hunting Guide?

Some hunters hunt alone. Others hunt in groups. And then there are those who prefer to go with hunting guide to help them with their hunt. When do you need a hunting guide? A Lack of Familiarity If you’re somewhere you’ve never been before, hunting unfamiliar land or unfamiliar animals/birds, then it’s a good idea… Read more »

How Has the Pandemic Affected Hunting in Colorado?

2020 was a tough year for people and places and the hunting industry. The coronavirus pandemic meant that plenty of people stayed home and “quarantined,” rather than going out of the house, doing things people normally do, like hunting trips or going to movies, etc. Meanwhile, wildfires didn’t help the whole situation either-– in Colorado,… Read more »

Should First Time Hunters Start With Bows or Shotguns?

So you’re a first time hunter. You’re new to “all of this,” but you’re eager to start and you’re wondering, “bow or shotgun?” Should first timers start with bows or shotguns? What do most hunters use/do? Experienced hunters often use both bows and guns regularly. But for those just starting out, what are the pros… Read more »

Why First Time Elk Hunters Should Go With a Guide

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Are you novice hunter thinking about going for an elk hunt in Colorado? If so, you may be wondering whether it’s better to plan and embark on the hunt yourself, or to go with an experienced guide. Here are a couple of reasons why you should consider going with a guide on your first elk… Read more »

How Colorado is Responding to Changing Elk Populations

 In recent years, hunters in Southwest Colorado have seen a huge decline in the elk population. In 2015, there were almost 20,000 elk in the area. However, as of right now, there are fewer than 17,000 elk and it appears as though that number could continue to decrease if the Colorado Parks and Wildlife doesn’t… Read more »

Why the Elk Meat in Your Freezer is So Valuable

If all goes according to plan during an elk hunting adventure, you’ll have a freezer full of elk meat once it’s all over. This elk meat will last you a long time, and it’ll provide you with a whole host of benefits when you eat it on a regular basis. Learn about just how valuable… Read more »