In March, we had the pleasure and honor of getting to cover the World Elk Calling Championships at the Annual Elk Camp for the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and all of our readers and viewers. Getting to watch competitors from as young as four years old to as old as 60, mew, calf talk, bellow, scream and bugle was a blast and we are proud to bring you the entirety of the Finals here on the HuntingLife Podcast
Amatuer Divisions included Pee Wee, Youth, Voice Callers, Men and Women and one Professional Division. We hope you enjoy coverage and we hope it will inspire you to break out your elk calls and use this video to start practicing for your appearance at Elk Camp, March 3-6, 2011.
|Introduction World Elk Calling Championships|
|Pee Wee Division World Elk Calling Championships|
|Youth Division World Elk Calling Championships|
|Voice Division World Elk Calling Championships|
|Women’s Division World Elk Calling Championships|
|Men’s Division World Elk Calling Championships|
|Professional Division World Elk Calling Championships|
|Team Division World Elk Calling Championships|
|Awards World Elk Calling Championships|
1. Joel Turner, Eatonville, Wash.
2. Rockie Jacobsen, Kamiah, Idaho
3. Bryan Langley, McMinnville, Ore.
1. Thomas Diesing, Loveland, Colo.
2. Dirk Durham, Moscow, Idaho
3. Greg Hubbell, Belmont, Calif.
1. Misty Waggener, Priest River, Idaho
2. Amy Morris, Payson, Utah
3. Brittani Currier, Montrose, Colo.
Natural Voice Division
1. Greg Hubbell, Jr., Belmont, Calif.
2. Gavin McKitrick, McAllister, Mont.
3. Michael Hatten, Elko, Nev.
1. Ross LeValley, Hotchkiss, Colo.
2. Brayden Langley, McMinnville, Ore.
3. Austin Durham, Moscow, Idaho
Pee Wee Division
1. Colton Crawford, McMinnville, Ore.
2. Morgan Priest, Reno, Nev.
3. Matthew Bertero, Reno, Nev.