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  • Ronnie "Cuz" Strickland Joins QDMA Board of Directors

    The Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA) is pleased to announce that Ronnie "Cuz" Strickland of Mississippi, Senior Vice President of Mossy Oak, has joined its Board of Directors. QDMA members can meet Strickland and welcome him to the organization at the 2017 QDMA National Convention, July 20-13 in New Orleans, where he is a featured speaker. Read More
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  • Apr 28, 2017 :  Turkey, ProStaff

    Greatest Turkey Hunt of Them All in Massachusetts

    Another hunt that I remember fondly was with my dad when I still lived at home in Massachusetts. This particular farm was 300-400 acres of rolling hills, and the technique that we used to hunt the turkeys was pretty much hunt-and-stalk. These turkeys could pitch off their roost on top of a hill and glide down to where we parked our vehicles in a couple of seconds.
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  • Apr 27, 2017 :  ProStaff, Turkey

    Alex Cote’s First Turkey with a Bow

    We have a fall season for turkeys in Vermont, and we can harvest hens as well as gobblers then. I was hunting with my bow on the opening day of bow/deer season, which occurred at the same time as the fall turkey season. I was pretty discouraged that I didn’t get a shot at a whitetail. But as I left the woods and reached the edge of a field, I saw what appeared to be a huge black cloud but was really numbers of turkeys moving across the field.
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  • Apr 26, 2017 :  Conservation, How To

    Establishing Spring Food Plots

    With spring in full swing and the woods coming to life after a long winter hiatus, the opportunities for improving habitat for wildlife are numerous. If you live in the South, the soil temperature is ripe for planting, and the Midwest and North are not far behind. If you have had problems in the past establishing spring and summer plots for your deer because of over browsing and high deer numbers, trying to time your planting to coincide with spring green up can be a big advantage.
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  • Apr 26, 2017 :  Turkey, ProStaff

    No Turkeys to Too Many Turkeys in Vermont

    On the way to work a couple of years ago in Vermont, I kept seeing a longbeard out in a field with a bunch of hens. When turkey season finally arrived, I asked my boss for permission to get to work a little late, so I could hunt that longbeard. He agreed to let me come in late. On opening day, I left the house later than I really wanted to, and I was afraid the turkeys would see me before I could get to a place to try to call to the big gobbler.
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The Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA) is pleased to...

8:51 AM
Another hunt that I remember fondly was with my dad when I...
Thursday, Apr 27, 2017
8:52 AM
We have a fall season for turkeys in Vermont, and we can...
Wednesday, Apr 26, 2017
8:43 AM
With spring in full swing and the woods coming to life after...

8:30 AM
On the way to work a couple of years ago in Vermont, I kept...