A life built in the wild • Remi Warren
Hunter, guide, conservationist
go the best way, not the easy way
I have been hunting my entire life and am passionate about sharing my knowledge and adventures with others. From a very young age I took to the mountains learning the land and the animals in it. I constantly pushed myself in the field to be the best I could, and learned a lot of good lessons along the way ... often through trial and error.
After high school I made my living in various aspects of the outdoor industry. Working as a hunting guide, outfitter, outdoor writer, photographer, videographer, and TV personality. At the age of 22, I opened Montana OutWest Outfitters in the Bitterroot Valley of Montana, specializing in elk and deer hunts on public land. Later I expanded my operation by booking hunts in New Zealand and Africa.
Aside from guiding I was also the host of a television series titled Apex Predator airing on the Outdoor Channel. On this show, I studied the uniqueness of a single animal. Through a series of experiments I learned how I could adapt that animals techniques. I then trained and went into the wild attempting to replicate what the natural world had taught me. I am also the co-host of Solo Hunters on the Outdoor Channel. The concept of the show, I go into the mountains and film my hunts alone. This has been a challenge that I love: playing the role of hunter, cameraman, producer, and adventurer simultaneously. These are short films following my adventures in the mountains.
When not guiding or filming, I work as a field editor for Western Hunter Magazine, sharing hunting tips and tricks I have learned along the way.