Elk Hunter Magazine Launches Premiere Issue

Elk Hunter Magazine

The premiere issue of Elk Hunter Magazine (EHM) is already on its way to mailboxes around the country, just in time for Christmas, and hunters are taking notice.

Ryan Hatfield, whose past work experience includes positions as Managing Editor of Eastmans’ Hunting & Bowhunting Journals and Assistant Director for Boone & Crockett Club, is EHM’s Editor. “I’m extremely pleased to be a part of bringing Elk Hunter Magazine to elk hunters everywhere. This publication is long overdue, and it is our hope to inspire, educate, and entertain elk hunters in all demographics, from the seasoned hardcore veteran to the eager novice hoping for a first elk. I’m also very excited to be working with Chris Denham, an experienced western hunter and dedicated conservationist, on this creative new venture.”

EHM has assembled an all-star elk hunting cast: Randy Ulmer Editor-at-Large; Nate Simmons Backcountry & Gear Editor; George Bettas Hunting & Conservation Editor; Dan Staton Fitness Editor; Mike Duplan Hunting Editor; Jay Scott Hunting Editor; and Tony Bynum Photography Editor.

The magazine features visually appealing rustic and outdoor themes, as well as diverse subject matter, all centered on elk and elk hunting. The magazine features topics such as: current hunting success stories, “Ask Randy” with Randy Ulmer, “Advanced Backpacking Strategies”, “Elk Hunt Planner”, “The Hunting Horseman”, “Gear for Elk”, “Field & Meat Care”, “Elk Fit”, in-depth gear reviews and how-to articles in each and every issue.

Elk Hunter Magazine will begin as a quarterly magazine that will complement its sister publication, Western Hunter, although EHM’s Marketing/Advertising Director, Chris Denham, said that as EHM grows, it may become a bi-monthly publication that could look into online printing solutions from the likes of Printivity or others to produce the magazines with a professional touch. “We have some great momentum and synergy happening right now with our team, and as Elk Hunter Magazine and Western Hunter Magazine begin to help each other grow, we feel like the sky’s the limit on what direction each magazine might take.”
For more information, visit www.elkhuntermagazine.com.

Chris Denham

Ryan Hatfield

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