Lifestyle & Fitness

Being a Western Hunter is a lifestyle from off-season training, to enjoying the game we take, and all aspects in between.

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Getting Prepared = Staying Prepared

"If you are reading Western Hunter magazine, you are probably already in the elite, small percentage of hunters that harvest the majority of the game. If you aren’t and want to know how to stay prepared all year without spending a lot of money or time, please read on for what I have learned by studying the small percentage of good hunters that are routinely successful...."
How to Take Better Mountainscape Photography

Tony explains the gear, elements, and techniques to create Mountain photography that conveys power and scale.

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Eat Healthier with These Backpacking Food Options

Chris explains the importance of physical conditioning, nutrition, and how they affect our success in the field.

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Tips To Cure Skinny Fat Syndrome

The cure for skinny fat won’t occur overnight, but with the commitment exercise protocol, you can combat the phenomenon.

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Tips for Backcountry Camera Lens Care

It really doesn’t matter how good your camera is if you don't have proper camera lens care, take it from a professional.

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How to Become an Elk Hunting Guide

Making a living as an elk guide is a dream job, here is a little information from Remi on how to actually make it happen.

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Goalsetting - 4 Steps to Becoming Better

Goalsetting can be tricky, take it from Kenton Clairmont who has been helping people execute plans for 24 years.

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Home Gym for the Mt. Hunter

Fall is just around the corner, don't get caught out of shape! Here are some products that can help you get ahead.

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Advice for Sheep Hunt Training

Don't wait until the last minute to get in shape, what you do now will be reflected once your sheep hunt starts.

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Attack of the Killer (Insert Here)

The list of things that can derail hunts is endless, so learn from the mistakes of others.....Like Remi.

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Eating Fresh Backcountry Meals

George explains the importance of backcountry cooking and how you can still enjoy great food on remote hunts.

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