The premiere issue of a new Native hunting magazine geared at attracting non-Natives to the benefits of hunting on tribal lands went on stands this November.
“Hunting the Rez” debuted this year as Rocky Boy’s resident Jason Belcourt’s way top reach out to nonenrolled hunters. It’s billed as a guide to “52 million additional acres of hunting and fishing previously hidden in plain sight.”
The Montana man has hunted across the world and thinks Indian Country presents some of the last best areas to find truly unique hunting experiences that bring hunters great results.
“One of our main goals is to inspire you to plan an exciting hunting or fishing adventure in Indian country, and then to serve as a resource in helping you plan that adventure. There are many distinct advantages to hunting in Indian country, for example; many tribes have rifle seasons during bugling season as opposed to the states. Some tribes even offer extended seasons for non-enrolled sportsmen,” Belcourt says in his introduction to the magazine on its website.
The website is taking story and photo submissions. Subscription information is also available there.
The next magazine run is set for February.