I just wanted to add that I am not claiming this is some secret unique elk paradise that has somehow gone unnoticed.
These elk have only been here for for half a dozen or so years, and each year I am convinced will be the last, so far they are still there though.
It took a unique situation to make these animals appear here, there are about 4 factors involved that combined to make this happen. None of those things is related to the others,but they all came together to create this situation.
One of these first years this will come to an abrupt halt I am sure. If I explained how this happened I would be telling you where it is.
The biggest bulls on the mountain are still in the hell holes, but during the first 10-20 minutes of light you can see multiple bulls here in the 300-350 range, as I said, on more mornings than not.
I have a hard time believing that many places like this exist. That is what makes me think the guy that mentioned it is talking about the same spot.