Jay lives in Scottsdale, Arizona with his wife Jeanne. Jay has been a professional hunting/fishing guide in the state of Arizona for 17 years and has guided for many impressive trophies. Jay is an avid hunter and has harvested many trophies around the west, which include several animals that make the Pope and Young and Boone and Crockett record books.
Jay spends more than 120 days in the field guiding and hunting across the United States. Jay has had the privilege of being a judge at the RMEF World Championship Elk Calling Contest three years in a row. Jay hosts a successful hunting and fishing podcast found on iTunes. As well as being a hunter, Jay’s other passion is fly fishing. Jay has fished all over the Western United States and has traveled abroad on many adventures including chasing the large brown trout of New Zealand. Jay spends the summer chasing big trout with his fly rod across the Western Rockies.
Whether you're interested in Arizona real estate or booking a trophy hunt, Jay's contact info is email@example.com (email) or 602-803-0223 (cell), 602-996-9910 (Realty Executives Office Phone). You can also find him at: www.JayScottOutdoors.com, www.ColburnandScottOutfitters.com, www.GouldsTurkeyHunt.com and on Instagram @JayScottOutdoors.
You can also listen to Jay's informative podcast episodes on the Jay Scott Outdoors Western Big Game Hunting and Fishing Podcast. You can find them on Podbean or on iTunes.
Field judging elk is an art, while measuring dead elk is an exact science. Hunters looking to break into the B&C minimums or hunters looking to figure out the difference from a 370” bull from a 390” bull all need to dissect a bulls rack long before they decided to pull the trigger. The following methods I have used for a long time when picking apart a bulls rack.