Hit the Road for Shed-Hunting Adventures

Deer season is over but that doesn’t mean your hunting adventures have to be, and for those with an adventurous soul, shed hunting can open up new country. Taking shed hunting roadtrips to various parts of the country can satisfy your thirst for adventure, add to your stack of sheds, and make you a more …

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8 Worthy New Year’s Resolutions for Deer Hunters

A new year always brings with it a mix of emotions for me. I’m saddened because it marks the final days of Georgia’s deer season, but at the same time I love the feeling of a fresh start — the opportunity to reboot and strive to do things a little better than you did the …

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Hunt Elk to Kill More Whitetails

No you didn’t click on the wrong website – this is the Quality Deer Management Association! We’re still talking about deer hunting, so don’t leave this page yet. In hunting, much like other things in life, sometimes having a fresh perspective is beneficial. Whether that entails hunting a new location or completely different species, learning …

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Deer Movement is a Mystery. Stop Trying to Solve It.

7 antlered bucks at one time. That’s what I was watching on the afternoon of November 17, 2018. One by one they entered a large food plot from different directions, all of them yearlings to 3½-year-olds, and fed and sparred with each other for almost an hour as I watched, fascinated. I’ve seen that many …

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