Today on the show we are joined by Joe Hamilton, a wildlife biologist and the founder of the Quality Deer Management Association. And we chat with him about conservation, the QDMA, hunting the south, and much more.
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What You’ll Learn In This Episode:
– The latest on my Ohio hunts
– Dan’s struggles to hunt more
– My big Holyfield update
– The story of Joe Hamilton’s journey leading up to starting the QDMA
– How the Quality Deer Management Association came about
– What the early years at QDMA were like and the progress that has been made since
– Where the QDMA is headed in the future
– The scoop on Joe’s new book – Firepot Stories
– The hunter’s path and attaining the hunter’s spirit
– Why Hamilton has found so much guidance from A Sand County Almanac
– Thoughts on hunting with dogs in the South
– Southern hunting during the late season
-And much, much more!
Show notes, resources, links:
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