PDJ and Field & Stream. F&S doesn't have too much for upland hunters though, but is still a good read. I dropped the North American Hunting Club because it had absolutely nothing for upland hunters. I just don't go on enough big game hunts to keep me interested in a mag like that. The annual whitetail doesn't get me that juiced up.
I got a free 1 year subscription to Outdoor Life for spending over $25 at Gander Mountain (had to buy an ATV battery). It was a choice between Outdoor Life and F&S, and since I already subscribe to F&S the choice was easy. Haven't gotten the mag yet though.
And I recently started getting Gun Dog as a gift and I gotta say, I like that magazine too. It helps that the second one I got there was a vizsla on the cover.
Really, though, I find the articles in Gun Dog to be very well written without a lot of the extra descriptive fluff that can sometimes clutter the meat of a story in some of the other mags. For example, if it takes the writer three paragraphs to describe the weather... I've lost my interest and end up flipping the pages looking for pictures.