If you dream of hunting in the high country, you'll find plenty of inspiration in the latest issue of Sports Afield magazine, the July/August Mountain Hunting Edition. From an amazing hunt for mountain goats high above Prince William Sound to a once-in-a-lifetime DIY father/son hunt for Idaho bighorns, Sports Afield celebrates mountains and the tough hunters who tackle them in the pages of this exciting issue, now available on newsstands nationwide. You can read about the challenges of hunting the little-known Koryak snow sheep in Siberia, thrill to the roar of red stags on the Scottish moors, and read Craig Boddington's feature detailing his picks for the world's five toughest mountain hunts.
"Hunting in the high country challenges the hunter mentally and physically; it's not for the faint of heart," said Diana Rupp, Sports Afield Editor in Chief. "Our writers have had their boots on the ground in some beautiful alpine regions and have incredible stories to tell about thrilling encounters with the world's most magnificent game species."
Sports Afield, founded in 1887, is the oldest outdoor magazine in North America and today is America's premier hunting adventure magazine, with a focus on exciting hunting stories, fine firearms, and the pursuit of big game around the world.
Look for the July/August 2017 issue of Sports Afield on fine newsstands around the country or visit www.sportsafield.com
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Contact: Diana Rupp, Editor in Chief