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Misty Jacobsen Wins Women’s Division of World Champion Elk Calling Contest

LAS VEGAS – Amateur and professional elk callers from California, Idaho, Nevada and Oregon are the new world champions for 2014. Misty Jacobsen won the Women’s division.

Competitors from four other states and two Canadian provinces also received honors.

The 2014 World Elk Calling Championships, sponsored by the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation (RMEF) and Leupold, were held during the annual RMEF convention and expo, which concluded Dec. 7 in Las Vegas.

Results:

Professional Division
1. Corey Jacobsen, Boise, Ida.
2. Bryan Langley, McMinnville, Ore.
3. Al Morris, Springville, Utah
4. Matt Brimmer, Keno, Ore.
5. Jason Phelps, Pe Ell, Wash.
6. Lance Sellers, Boise, Ida.

Men’s Division
1. Dirk Durham, Moscow, Ida.
2. Shane Donner, Calgary, Alta.
3. Greg Hubbell Jr., Belmont, Calif.
4. Kevin Akers, Oregon City, Ore.
5. Tom Gonzales, Phoenix, Ariz.
6. Travis Jones, Stevensville, Mont.

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Misty Jacobsen, Del Ray Oaks, Calif.; Kristy Titus, Prineville, Ore.; and Amy Morris, Springville, Utah. (RMEF photo)

Women’s Division
1. Misty Jacobsen, Del Ray Oaks, Calif.
2. Kristy Titus, Prineville, Ore.
3. Amy Morris, Springville, Utah

Natural Voice Division
1. William Card, Fallon, Nev.
2. Trent Penrod, Lakeside, Ariz.
3. Sam Jacobsen, Boise, Ida.

Youth Division
1. Brayden Langley, McMinnville, Ore.
2. Austin Rose, Boise, Ida.
3. Russell Nemetchek, Saskatoon, Sask.
4. Isaac Jacobsen, Boise, Ida.

Pee Wee Division
1. Sutton Callaway, Maricopa, Calif.
2. Kailee Brimmer, Keno, Ore.
3. Jessi Jacobsen, Boise, Ida.

The event helps raise awareness of RMEF elk, habitat and conservation initiatives.

In the competition, callers have 30-45 seconds to mimic cow elk sounds, followed by bull sounds. Most callers blow across a latex reed placed inside the mouth. In the natural-voice division, however, no calling devices are allowed. A variety of plastic tubes are used like megaphones, giving the sounds realistic resonance. A panel of judges scores each competitor anonymously.

Winners received prizes and cash ranging from $500 to $2,500.
About the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation:
Founded over 30 years ago, fueled by hunters and a membership of more than 200,000 strong, RMEF has conserved more than 6.5 million acres for elk and other wildlife. RMEF also works to open and improve public access, fund and advocate for science-based resource management, and ensure the future of America’s hunting heritage. Discover why “Hunting Is Conservation™” at www.rmef.org or 800-CALL ELK.

About the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation:

Founded over 30 years ago, fueled by hunters and a membership of more than 200,000 strong, RMEF has conserved more than 6.5 million acres for elk and other wildlife. RMEF also works to open and improve public access, fund and advocate for science-based resource management, and ensure the future of America’s hunting heritage. Discover why “Hunting Is Conservation™” at www.rmef.org or 800-CALL ELK.

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