ElkNut App

The heart thumping moment of calling in a massive bull elk is one of a kind! Now, thanks to unmatched elk calling audio, video, and Q&A training, the ElkNut mobile app will drastically improve the way you hunt elk, whether you’re a beginner or a long-time elk hunter.

Turkey Tech App

The only thing better than a day spent in the woods hunting gobblers is a day spent in the woods hunting gobblers and harvesting one! Turkey Tech with Scott Ellis is designed to help you do just that!

Turkey Tech App Ranked #3 on the App Store

Turkey Tech App Ranked #3 on the App Store

When we first set out to start developing mobile apps that help people get better at calling and hunting animals, we knew we wanted to be the best. Well, the Turkey Tech Mobile App is on its way. During the peak of spring turkey season this year, it was ranked the...

Don’t Learn to Speak Elk the Hard Way

Don’t Learn to Speak Elk the Hard Way

Anyone who hunts the elk rut in September will fall in love with listening to elk bugles. Getting a taste of the sound of an elk will hook you forever. You will dream of that sound the rest of your life. The sound of a bugle can be so captivating that we sometimes...

Hunting Hells Canyon

Hunting Hells Canyon

The three of us converged on the small town of Riggins, Idaho from all directions. I drove north from Boise, my dad drove east from Oregon, and my brother drove west from Rexburg, Idaho. Incredibly, the three of us had all drawn a late season rifle hunt for mule deer...

Successful Mule Deer Hunt with Family: Nothing Better!

Successful Mule Deer Hunt with Family: Nothing Better!

2017 was a really exciting year. I was blessed to be able to do what I love spending time outdoors, hunting, fishing, and hiking. When spending time in the outdoors you have an opportunity to create many awesome memories and experiences. I would like to share one with...

Tips for Reaching that “Hung Up” Bull

Tips for Reaching that “Hung Up” Bull

Every experienced elk hunter has been confronted by a "hung up" bull. It often starts with a quick response to your bugle. The adrenaline starts pumping. You check the wind, make an educated guess about the bull's location, then begin to cut the distance. You cow call...