Interestingly, Littlefield won the hunt in an essay contest through Outdoor Life magazine, and his hunt was filmed by a professional crew. You can see the entire video of this hunt at www.outdoorlife.com/grandslam/western/video.html.
Littlefield says he could not disagree more regarding Morse's assessment of Elkhorn Outfitters. He reports seeing three trophy bucks within two days of hunting. "I would not call that a meat market," he says. In his report, he continues: "Elkhorn is a fantastic operation, with over 120,000 acres of private land available. It is featured several times a year on various outdoor television shows. We hunted from mules and saw more game than I could ever imagine. We were surrounded by over 200 elk the first hour of the first morning, but decided to pass on several five-point bulls in the hopes of finding something larger. While we were stalking the elk herd, Dick spotted a very nice 6 x 7 mule deer for me, and I shot him at about noon on the first day. About two hours later, we relocated the elk and I took a very nice representative 6 x 6. I saw over 1,000 elk and three 30-inch mule deer in the first two days of my hunt. Five- and six-point bulls were common. Although we didn't see any real giants, I could not have been more pleased with the number of elk we saw. On the second day, I also shot a 14½-inch pronghorn. It took about two hours to find the pronghorns."........(continued)