The North Coast of British Columbia, By Nolan Osborne

The North Coast of British Columbia, By Nolan Osborne
As humans have expanded our reach across the North American continent, areas of raw-untouched natural beauty exist in dwindling numbers. Of the truly wild places left on this continent, those that weren’t carved out for National Parks have remained in their natural state only because of their ruggedness, remoteness, and lack of access. Few places embody these characteristics more than... Read More

Goalsetting

Goalsetting
By Kenton Clairmont, www.traintohunt.com Goalsetting can be tricky.  I’ve spent the last 24 years helping people design and execute plans to better themselves. Through the years, I’ve discovered some common ground on where people tend to fall short.  I’d like to shed some light on where you might be going wrong in this process, which ultimately leads to another year... Read More

Back Country Energy

Back Country Energy
No longer a gimmick; today’s Western hunter needs dependable power support In today’s technological age, I’d bet that 99% of all western hunters pack some sort of electronic device in the field. Phones, flashlights, cameras, PLB’s, and GPS, among other things, have hunters more equipped than ever. Powering these critical pieces of equipment makes our hunt more enjoyable and can... Read More

WHM’s Top Laser Rangefinders

WHM’s Top Laser Rangefinders
4 of Today’s Top Long-Range Laser Rangefinders There are literally dozens upon dozens of laser rangefinders on the market. We have opted to limit the review to LED/OLED models (best-in-class light transmission) and models that are able to deliver measurements on non-reflective targets at the extreme end of what a western hunter needs (minimum 800 yards). Each of these rangefinders comes with a pouch... Read More