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Western Whitetail Magazine Hits E-stands

Western Whitetail magazine cover with hunter, Scott Haugen.

Western Whitetail magazine cover with hunter, Scott Haugen.

Western Whitetail Magazine, spring 2012 Issue – Western Whitetail has taken publication to the next level, and has published their inaugural issue of Western Whitetail Magazine. Like their blog site (www.westernwhitetail.com), their magazine covers western white-tailed deer hunting from Mexico to Canada and from the far mid-West to the Pacific Northwest. The magazine will be published quarterly, bringing the western hunter the best articles related to hunting Carmen Mountain, Columbian, Coues, Dakota, Northwest, and Texas sub-species of whitetail deer.

The spring issue is available digitally, on e-stands now!

In the spring issue, it is all covered. Recently, Scott Haugen took a trip to Sonora, Mexico, and he has included an article on hunting south of the border that you will not want to miss. As always, Patrick Meitin adds his insight on how to scout for Northwest whitetail deer; and how to tune up for next year’s bow season. Editor, Darren Choate tackles the tough issue of hunting ethics in his “Where Do You Draw the Line?” column, which addresses trail-camera use by hunters. Well-known hunter, and TV personality, Mark Kayser, has joined the team, and Mark has provided an article on how to hunt Dakota whitetail deer in his feature for this quarter. The newest member of the team, Juniors-Only editor, Colton Choate tells the story of his Coues deer hunt from last fall. Our website follower, Matt Brady, has included a Coues deer article based on his recent hunt in Arizona, in an area burned by the Horseshoe 2 fire last summer as well. Two pro staff members, Shelton Boggess and Daniel Hawthorne, have included articles on hunting Coues deer in southern Arizona, and Northwest whitetail in Washington, respectively.

To read the spring issue of our magazine, visit www.westernwhitetailmagazine.com.

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