Great Hunting Starts Here!

Want to become a deer hunter? QDMA is committed to helping you, or people you know, get started. You’ll find plenty of information here, and soon we will release our new e-book, QDMA’s Guide to Successful Deer Hunting.

Impact! One Hunter’s Fall From a Deer Stand

Falling from a deer stand is the last thing seasoned hunter Tommy Brown had on his mind that crisp fall morning in 2005. Living in South Carolina his entire life, hunting came as naturally to him as eating grits with shrimp. Tommy has always been drawn to the land, and working as an appraiser has …

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Build a DIY Trail-Camera Mount

DIY trail cam mount feature
Build a DIY Trail-Camera MountYou can build a homemade trail-camera mount from about $3 worth of hardware. QDMA intern and N.C. State Branch President Moriah Boggess shows you how in this video. For the full parts list, visit: Posted by The Quality Deer Management Association on Tuesday, September 5, 2017 Ever wished there was …

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Venison Backstrap Fajitas

Use this recipe to make delicious venison backstrap fajitas and/or fajita salads. Ingredients: Venison Backstrap Peppers Onion Mushrooms Marinade (I prefer Allegro Hot & Spicy) Salad: Greens Cucumber Tomato Avocado Dressing (We used Cilantro Avocado but Chipotle Ranch would be equally as good) Fajitas: Tortillas Salsa Sour cream Directions: 1. Marinate the venison, onions, peppers, and …

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Create a Deer Hunter With Squirrels

Katie's first squirrel
Deer hunting is extremely popular. Approximately 80 percent of hunters in the United States pursue deer, and 60 percent of all days spent afield involve deer hunting. However, when it comes to mentoring new hunters – youths and adults alike – I’ll argue their first hunts should not be for deer. Rather, they should be …

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Stay in Your Comfort Zone

We are often told to get out of our “comfort zone” to make progress in life, but there are also times when we really need to stay in it. Bowhunting is one of those times. What I’m talking about is knowing your limits, and your equipment’s limits, and not shooting at deer beyond them. As …

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