QDMA Publishes New E-book: Guide to Successful Deer Hunting

media_QDMAlogo_blkATHENS, GA (September 26, 2016) – The Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA) is pleased to announce the publication of its newest book, QDMA’s Guide to Successful Deer Hunting, available as an e-book for purchase or as a free graduation gift to all who complete their hunting safety course at Hunter-Ed.com, providers of Internet hunting safety courses for more than 45 states. Continue reading

Tactacam Supports QDMA’s ‘Share Your Hunt’ Program

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ATHENS, GA (September 19, 2016) – The Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA) is pleased to welcome Tactacam as a presenting sponsor of QDMA’s new Share Your Hunt™ Program, which is dedicated to mentoring first-time youth and adult hunters, wounded veterans, and the children of deployed soldiers and those killed in combat.  Continue reading

Dixie Deer

Dixie Deer

By Stephanie Mallory

The time has never been better to take a trophy buck in a Southern state.

Times are changing for the Southern deer hunter. As a general rule, hunters don’t take to change well, but these changes are putting a big smile across many Southern hunters’ faces. In short, Southern hunters are bagging bigger bucks than ever before. Continue reading

Win a South African Dream Hunt from TenPoint

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Mogadore, OH – Industry leading TenPoint Crossbow Technologies® is proud to partner with Global Sporting Safaris, Inc. this fall to send 3 lucky winners on an unforgettable South Africa Plains Game Hunt hosted by Global Sporting Safaris, Inc.

Global Sporting Safaris, Inc. is a Full-Service Booking Agency established in 1991. GSS employs a staff of 6 Hunting Consultants and Fishing Travel Agents with 140 years of combined experience. Continue reading

Oklahoma Seeks Bowhunting Observers

odwcATTENTION AVID BOWHUNTERS! Here’s your chance to impact wildlife management decisions and activities of the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation! And all you’ll need to do is keep track of things you observe while in the forest or the field. Continue reading