I'm heading to the Peninsula this Sept. to try and harvest a massive, mature bull moose. My air transporter is telling me to get to an elevated area, stay put and glass for hours, day after day. He tells me his most successfull hunters "stay put". He cautions me from moving through the area, thus stinking it up and creating noise; that will keep mature bulls away. He assures me that if I move around, I'll not see the monster I'm lookig for.
In contrast, I have spoken to some who do move around, and who are successful. Given that the peninsula moose densities are relatively low, I'm scratching my head about the "staying put" tactic.
For those that have been succcesful on giant bulls, what are your thoughts and experiences? Thanks in advance for your help, knowledge and sweat equity.