Outfitter Mike Jenkins from Up Front Outfitters discusses some of the characteristics of Roosevelt Elk. But even if you're not interested in Roosevelt Elk, listen to his strategic thinking. They're very residential. They don't travel a lot. These elk can lay in one canyon and spend most of the fall just in one drainage if they choose. They don't move a lot if they don't have to, and they get down in those big rainforest canyons and they're tough to get to. So it makes them a much more challenge. In the visibility's 30 yards with Rocky Mountain Elk, you can see a lot of times hundreds of yards and blast blossom and spot them. Roosevelt You usually don't have that option unless you catch them in a clear cut, much more challenging species. Speaker1: So your client that's up in the tree, it'd be a shot. That would be, what, 30 yards max? Speaker2: Yeah, yeah. 24, about 22 yards from the tree, which is about all the visibility. We have a wallow. I found a wallow down along a creek that has been pretty active. So that's about the best opportunity to get him sitting up over that wallow and hope that ball comes back in. Speaker1: Speaking of that area, how much pressure are wolves putting on these animals? Speaker2: Well, fortunately for us, where we're at right now, we have no wolves in our area and. Speaker1: No wolves means less pressure on the elk.