Moose Hunting Tips
Another tip when trying to locate a bull is how to manage your scent. Bulls have an exceptional sense of smell, they will not come close enough to you unless you have concealed your scent, usually with something enticing to the animal. Set out a piece of cloth that has been soaked in some kind of prey's urine (preferably a female moose's) several dozen feet in front of you as a lure, but also keep some kind of urine on yourself (on your boots, or on a rag).
Above all, in cases of still hunting, move through the terrain very cautiously in order to not alert any moose of your presence. In other hunting strategies, some hunters make all kinds of noises in an attempt to draw the moose to them; that involves emulating another bull to lure them in. To do this, trash bushes and make a lot of noise (otherwise known as "antler thrashing") that a bull wandering around would do.
Be sure that the caliber of the weapon you are carrying is enough to take down a bull in the size range you want or plan to hunt. If you do not accurately gauge this, the moose can end up maimed and in a lot of unnecessary pain.
It may have a chance to get away and slowly die elsewhere, which is not how a true hunter does it. Make sure you make an accurate shot, whether with a gun or with some type of archery or crossbow weapon, and that your equipment is sufficient to take it down from the first hit.
If you use common sense and follow these relatively simple tricks, moose hunting is much easier than most amateurs would assume. The name of the game is patience; don't expect to take down a moose immediately, or sometimes even on your first hunt.