North American Hunting Club Announces Big Game Awards

Michelle Warren
North American Hunting Club Trophy Life Member Michelle Warren took the Club’s top honor, the President’s Award, with her photo and story submission of an Idaho elk hunt she experienced with her husband.
North American Hunting Club
North American Hunting Club

Minnetonka, MN –-( North American Hunting Club, the premier community for hunters and outdoor enthusiasts, is proud to announce the recipients of the 2012 Big Game Awards: the President’s Award and the One Shot Award.

The Big Game Awards are open to all NAHC members who have taken North American game animals during a 2011 fair chase hunt.

“We are proud to annually present these highly regarded awards to two of our Club members,” said Luke Hartle, Sr. Editor of North American Hunter magazine. “It gets increasingly difficult every year to sort through the hundreds of entrants and choose a winner, but we always encourage our members to apply for every contest we host.”

  • Rebecca Warren, a North American Hunting Club Trophy Life Member, won the President’s Award with her Idaho archery elk hunt story. The President’s Award is the highest NAHC honor. In addition to being a Top 10 Winner, the winning story is published in August issue of North American Hunter. The winner is selected on the quality of the story, photos and game.
  • Eric Payne, a North American Hunting Club Life Member, won the One Shot Kill Award with his bear hunt in Manitoba, Canada with a compound bow. Any animal taken with a single shot qualifies for the One Shot Kill Award.

The magazine also recognizes the Top 10 Winners: Dave Altman, Dennis Clark, Aaron Koehn, Joe Lake, Mike McAllister, Phillip Ryan, Randy Smith, Larry Waldron, Rebecca Warren and Steven Winiecki.

North American Hunting Club members can log onto or view the August issue of North American Hunter for the remainder of each winner’s story.

North American Hunting Club thanks the following sponsors for providing product for the Big Game Awards: Dry Mate, Irish Setter, Leupold, Mathews, Savage Arms, Schrade and Thompson Center Arms.

This August, North American Hunting Club announced the complete redesign of their website and magazine to keep with their new theme of “Arming the Ultimate Predator.” In additional 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,, 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.

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About North American Hunting Club: With 750,000 enthusiastic members, the 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:

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tony c

I have been trying to get somebody from NAHC for some time. I cant seem to reach anyone on the phone number I have for them. I would like to get a proper phone number. I have been getting hunting knives from them, but they have stopped. I would like answers.

Edward Cherry
Edward Cherry

I no longer receive the North American hunter magazine and I am a life member. Is there any reason that my subscription has stopped? Did I miss something ? I thought for a month or so that I was probably mistaken, but the only magazine I regularly receive is my NRA subscription. Could you please look into this for me? Thanks–Edward K. Cherry /113 Saint Charles Circle/ Hot Springs AR 71901.