The fall is approaching very quickly, and Team Primos is shooting bows and finalizing the hunt schedule and ready to hit the woods. The team will hit the road first, August 27th, headed to Wyoming for Antelope and Deer. Once the first trip starts, the team will be all over the road. They will leave Wyoming and begin chasing bugling elk in the high country of theRocky Mountains. In the middle of September, there will be different groups spread out from Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, and New Mexico. The elk season will consist of all bow hunts, with three gun hunts inNew Mexico.
October will start the chase of whitetails throughout the western states of Montana and Colorado. Montana will be a lot like Wyoming and consist of hunting big alfalfa fields and trying to figure out which trail the deer will come down. Eastern Colorado is one of our favorite places to hunt and have a chance at a big whitetail or muledeer. This hunt will consist of the team’s best belly-crawling tactics for spot and stalk.
In November, we will begin switching our focus to the Midwest and chasing the rut in South Dakota, Kansas, Iowa, Missouri, and Nebraska. This will be when we are focusing on calling and trying to fool these big whitetails of the Midwest. This is the magical time of the year that we always look forward to each year, and you never know what might show up to the call!
In December and January, we will begin focusing on late season and food inIowa, but will begin chasing the rut in the South. December is the time that the team begins hunting with their wives and kids in Mississippi. We will also be chasing the rut in the river bottoms of Louisiana, Mississippi, and Arkansas. When we get a break during deer hunts in the south, we will jump in to the swamps or backwaters and try to bust some mallards! Its always fun for us to get back into the woods that we all grew up in.