Tuesday, September 4, 2012
Birds, Bucks and Bears in This Month's North American Hunter
Minnetonka, MN - (September 4, 2012) - Preparing you for a monster whitetail season, big bear encounters and fall bird hunting is what North American Hunter is packed full of in this September's issue. North American Hunter is a member-exclusive magazine of the North American Hunting Club, the premier community for hunters and outdoor enthusiasts.
"Our editorial staff loves the fall season - mostly because many of us are also bird, buck and bear hunters so we live and breathe what we write," said Gordy Krahn, Editor-in-Chief of North American Hunter. "We are excited for our members to read this issue and to pass it along to a potential hunting partner."
"This is the time of year our members are seeking the latest tips and gear for their upcoming bowhunting, bear and birding seasons," said Luke Hartle, Sr. Editor of North American Hunter magazine. "We made the September issue dedicated to these passions with extras available only to members online at HuntingClub.com."
Articles in this month's issue include, "Exploiting Big Buck Transitions" by Travis Faulkner, "Royal Flush" on ruffed grouse hunting by Tom Carpenter, "Be a Pheasant Master" by Ron Spomer and "Vancouver Island Black Bear" by NAH Editor-in-Chief Gordy Krahn.
This August, North American Hunting Club announced the complete redesign of its website and magazine to keep with its new theme of "Arming the Ultimate Predator." In addition to graphical redesign and features, the magazine welcomed two respected figures from the outdoor world: Tom Miranda and Jeff Foxworthy. Miranda is the key "Bowhunting" columnist, while Foxworthy delivers hilarious sportsmen-oriented anecdotes in his new "Parting Shots" column. The official website of North American Hunter, HuntingClub.com, was also renewed and now offers numerous active bloggers, an ever-expanding library of videos and a hearty engagement among members via social media tools.
Join the North American Hunting Club FREE for the first 30 days and receive a digital copy of North American Hunter; just log onto HuntingClub.com.
About North American Hunting Club: With 750,000 enthusiastic members, North American Hunting Club-through its official publication, North American Hunter-strives to increase the hunting skills and enjoyment of Club members. The NAHC's mission is to serve as a one-stop source where avid hunters from across North America can satisfy all their hunting needs. The Club also acts as a vehicle through which hunters from all points of the compass can communicate-sharing success stories, photos and videos through the magazine, website and the social network. For more information on the NAHC, visit: www.HuntingClub.com