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The winter issue is available now, and it’s jam-packed with vital information for the Western deer hunter. See what the experts, Scott and Tiffany Haugen, Patrick Meitin, Mark Kayser, & Darren Choate have to say.
FEATURE ARTICLES: Bear’n Down for Coues Bucks; Nasty Weather Whitetail Bonanza; Beat the Cold, Stay Longer on Winter Whitetails; Find Next Year’s Buck, Now; & Tiffany’s Recipes.
DEPARTMENTS: Thoughtful Hunter, Comfort Zone, Monster Buck Corner, & Make The Shot.
ALSO INSIDE: North Dakota Crossbow Hunt, Patience Leads to Success
Western Whitetail Magazine is the leading authority for Western White-tailed deer hunting! The magazine focuses on deer hunting from Mexico to Canada and from the far Midwest to the Pacific Northwest, with an emphasis on the Western Whitetail sub-species: Carmen Mountain, Columbian, Coues, Dakota, Northwest, and Texas.
Learn hunting tips, strategies, tactics, and hunting methods from the best in the Features section. Western Whitetail’s contributing writers include: Scott Haugen, Tiffany Haugen, Mark Kayser, Patrick Meitin, and Darren Choate, who are all long-time experts, with countless hours spent hunting big game across the West. In each issue, the Departments staff tackles topics that aim to make you a better all-around hunter with column titles including: Monster Buck Corner, Make the Shot, Comfort Zone, and The Thoughtful Hunter; and Juniors-only editor, Colton Choate, provides thoughtful insight for today’s youth hunters. Check out the Gear section for honest, in-depth product reviews and news. Additionally, read the tales of hunters just like you in the Stories section, which features success stories from hunters across the West.
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