Montana hunters here is your chance to show off your skills. The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation's World Elk Calling Championships are coming on June 24th to Big Sky, Montana. With over $45,000 in cash and prizes, this is your chance to compete against some of the best on the globe.

Here are the Details for the Competition in Montana

According to the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundations website, since the competition will be happening on one day there will be a "head to head' bracketed format.

Due to only one day of competition in 2023, all preliminary matches will be held in a single elimination, head-to-head bracketed format. Once the field is whittled down to four contestants, double-elimination rounds will begin in the Professional, Men's and Women's divisions only. Brackets will be posted prior to the start of the competition. Seeding is final and no changes will be made onsite.

Credit: Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation via Facebook
Credit: Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation via Facebook

Registration Deadline is June 14th

If you are interested in competing in the event the registration deadline is June 14th and there will be no onsite entries and no late entries allowed.

This event will be judged by:

  • Ryan Carter
  • Jeff Helm
  • Jay Scott
  • Amanda Caldwell
  • Dieter Kaboth
  • Ike Eastman
  • Guy Eastman

Montana Spring Hunting Seasons are Happening Now

Montana is currently in the spring harvest season for black bears and turkeys, both of these seasons will be wrapping up on May 31st. It would be very cool if Montana was able to crown a World Champion Bugler. Good Luck to all who enter.

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