Why Subscribe to Western Hunter?
In every issue of Western Hunter Magazine:
Gear & Product Highlights
Gear is one of the most critical subjects in all of western hunting, and Western Hunter Magazine brings detailed write-ups and reviews in each and every issue. Backpacks, boots, optics, ammo, clothing and more. We only review and focus on product we believe in.
Hunting & Outdoor Photography
WHM is very lucky to have one of the West's shining photography stars, Tony Bynum, to teach you in every issue how to capture better hunting and outdoor images. Whether it's how to frame it up, how to manipulate depth of field, setting the perfect white balance, or just seeing it through the lens in a more creative way, Tony's insights are invaluable in helping you preserve your memories with better images.
Hardcore Hunt Tactics
Written by well-respected hunting experts like Nate Simmons, Ryan Hatfield, Remi Warren, Mike Duplan, Roy Grace and others, each issue contains multiple articles on how to become a better, more knowledgeable hunter. Hunting strategies, better use of gear, and other critical subjects are tackled routinely.
Killer Man Caves
This fun and unique column features a new well-designed and authentic trophy room in each issue. Along with the eye candy on the wall, you'll also read about the ideas and materials that went into creating a dream room for a big game hunter.
Part of becoming a more successful big game hunter is knowing how to pack light, pack the right gear, and how to strategize your movements in the mountains. This is one of our most informative and important columns. We draw from years of experience in using boot leather and backpacks to get the job done on trophy big game.
Fuel the Fire & Hunters Nutrition
Being in shape and feeling vigorous is key to being an efficient and effective hunter. Professional trainers Mark Paulsen and Kristy Titus teach you exercise and fitness techniques, how to eat better, and how to pack meals for mountain hunting.
Know Before You Go
Many hunters each year unwittingly break game laws because of the complex nature and fine print of the regulations. Especially for those traveling out of state, it's easy to be confused or mistaken. Zach Bowhay breaks down important state-by-state regulations in each issue, such as broadhead/arrow requirements, the legalities of picking up a rack from a dead animal, and use of electronic devices on your rifle or bow.
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