If you’re not already following these 50 tweeters from the hunting world, you should be.
These 50 accounts are the personalities, brands and publications that drive the conversation about hunting on Twitter. By adding them to your feed, you’ll have a well-rounded stream of expert tips, interesting stories, news and noteworthy deals on gear.
It’s time to get connected.
If you’re a hunter, you’ve undoubtedly heard or used a Primos Hunting game call. The company makes calls for every type of game species in North America. Follow them on Twitter for more info about their products, sweepstakes, and an ongoing conversation about all things hunting.
Wired to Hunt, run by hunter and blogger Mark Kenyon, is one of the most informative and popular deer hunting blogs on the Web. Kenyon’s content is well-written and suited for deer hunters of all skill levels.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is a nonprofit dedicated to preserving elk and deer populations and their habitat for future generations. Their Twitter account is an invaluable source of information about elk hunting and big game conservation.
Remington Arms, America’s oldest firearms manufacturer, makes some of the best hunting rifles in the world. Follow their official Twitter account for useful information about their products, sales, and interesting retweets from within the hunting community.
Whitetail Properties is a nationwide real estate firm that deals in hunting leases, ranches and farmlands. Most of their properties rest in America’s Heartland, which is prime territory for whitetail hunting. Their Twitter feed highlights videos, expert tips and tricks and photos of noteworthy harvests from the Heartland.
Here’s one for the savvy shopper in all of us. If you hunt with guns, you’re always going to need more ammo and additional parts. Brownells is the largest online supplier of firearms and gun parts. Their Twitter account regularly alerts followers of sales and deals.
Ducks Unlimited is a must-follow for any duck or waterfowl hunter. This international nonprofit is the leading waterfowl and wetlands conservation organization. Their Twitter feed has everything you need to stay up to date with duck hunting reports, tips and conservation projects.
Jason Loose is one of the many skilled whitetail hunters that contribute to the hunting conversation on Twitter. Loose is the co-founder of WTF Outdoors, pro staff for Stevens Archery and a part-time blogger.
Georgia Pellegrini is an author, chef, huntress, and tv personality who is a leading figure in the “Eat What You Kill” movement. She was recently featured on HBO’s Real Sports with Bryant Gumble and has been featured in several programs and publications.
America’s Heartland produces some of the best whitetail hunting trophies in the country. Midwest Whitetails regularly posts pics of the best bucks harvested from around the region.
If you enjoy watching hunting shows, you should have Sportsman Channel’s account in your Twitter feed. The network is home to a vast array of hunting and outdoor sports shows, including the MeatEater with Steven Rinella, who is up next in the Hunting 50.
Steven Rinella is the host and creator of the popular hunting show The MeatEater. Rinella’s charismatic personality and wealth of knowledge make hunting accessible to the uninitiated. If you’re a novice hunter or are interested in picking up hunting for the first time, follow Rinella on Twitter and watch his show.
Hunters are stewards of the land. As such, it’s in the best interest of everyone who hunts to stay informed about wildlife conservation issues affecting the lands we love. The United States Fish and Wildlife Service Headquarters’ Twitter feed will help you do just that. They provide a steady stream of interesting info and reports about game animals and wildlife habitat from around the country.
The Deer Hunting Addict, also known as Venatic Fanatics, is an excellent blog about all things deer hunting. Follow them on Twitter for exciting and informative stories from around the hunting space.
The longest-running sportsman’s magazine is also one of the most popular hunting-related accounts on Twitter. Follow Field & Stream for hunting news from around the world and helpful content from the most knowledge sportsmen in the industry.
Sitka Gear makes some of the best hunting apparel in the world. They also produce some fantastic films, which they regularly share on their Twitter account. Sitka’s films capture the essence of the sport we love, and they almost always inspire us to fold up our laptops, take the day off work, and get outside. Follow Sitka on Twitter to see their films and for info and deals on their products.
Aside from the National Rifle Association, the National Shooting Sports Foundation is the most prominent advocate of hunting and shooting sports in the US. They regularly share laws and issues that affect all sportsmen. The NSSF’s SHOT Show held in Las Vegas each January is perhaps the biggest hunting expo in the world. Their Twitter account will keep you abreast of everything happening on the floor.
Heartland Bowhunter is one of our favorite bowhunting shows that airs on the Outdoor Channel. The HB crew share great pictures and updates from their hunts around the Heartland and retweets of awesome hunting content on Twitter.
Under Armour Hunting makes a wide array of apparel for hunters and sportsmen. Their Twitter feed regularly connects to other notable hunters in the industry, including Cameron Hanes and Eva Shockey, who are both featured on this list.
Drury Outdoors has been making cutting-edge hunting videos for more than two decades. The brand includes four shows that air on the Outdoor Channel, including Bow Madness, Dream Season – The Journey, Thirteen and Natural Born. Drury Outdoors’ Twitter account is a must-follow for any fan of high-quality hunting shows.
Benelli makes some of the best hunting shotguns, especially for waterfowl and turkey. The Italy-based brand’s Ethos shotgun recently won Best Shotgun of the Year from Guns and Ammo. Keep up with Benelli on Twitter for more info about their products and team shooters.
Scent-Lok makes some of the best scent-blocking apparel on the market. The company’s Twitter feed frequently shares great trophy pics and hunting tips with followers.
One of the biggest reason we hunt is to keep our freezers stocked with meat. And if you’re looking for the best ways to prepare all that hard-earned meat, follow Hank Shaw. He’s the author of the James Beard award-winning blog, Hunter Angler Gardener & Cook. Shaw knows how to cook some tasty food, and he regularly serves up his recipes, and cooking tips and tricks to his followers.
Several of the best hunting programs on television air on the Outdoor Channel. Follow their official Twitter account to stay up to date with their shows and to see eye-catching harvests from around the world.
Don and Kandy Kisky are two of the most well-known deer hunting personalities in the world. The couple hosts and produces their hugely popular show Whitetail Freaks. The Kisky’s are also pro staff for a number of the industry’s biggest gear companies.
David Blanton is a video producer for RealTree and one of the most respected video producers in the business. He’s also a highly accomplished hunter and doesn’t hesitate to share his knowledge and experiences with his followers.
Nicole Reeve, half of the cinematically epic hunting show DrivenTV, is one of the industry’s leading female hunters. Reeve has been instrumental in bringing a new generation of women into the hunting community.
The Quality Deer Management Association is a nonprofit organization dedicated to deer conservation. QDMA’s Twitter account is an excellent resource for deer knowledge and is a must-follow for any avid deer hunter.
Daniel Schmidt is the Editor in Chief of Deer & Deer Hunting Magazine, one of the best hunting magazines in the world. Schmidt is also the host of D&DHTV on NBC Sports and the radio show Deer Talk Now.
The Sportsman’s Guide offers just about everything a hunter needs, and they consistently offer up good deals on gear. Follow their account to stay informed about sales, product deals, and new gear on the market. Users who share a hunting photo with the hashtag #ShareTheThrill can win up $2,000 worth of gear this November.
Jeff Foxworthy is most famous for his career in entertainment, but he’s also a passionate hunter and conservationist. When he’s not working in show business, he’s working or playing, on his Georgia hunting farm, a bona fide paradise for deer hunting. Check out his hunting brand, Foxworthy Outdoors and our one-on-one interview with Foxworthy to learn more about Foxworthy’s passion for hunting.
Bowhunter, show host and fitness guru Cameron Hanes is an all-around badass. Hanes regularly offers up DIY tips on big-game bowhunting and fitness training. His excellent hunting videos follow his big-game bowhunting adventures around the Pacific Northwest, where he resides. Follow Hanes on Twitter to get plugged into some of the best hunting knowledge and inspiration on the Web.
Blogger Jason Hansen has a knack for rounding up the craziest, most bizarre hunting pictures and memes on the web. That’s how he’s gained more than 70,000 followers on Twitter, making him one of the most popular accounts in the space. Hansen’s posts are the kind that make you look twice at your feed co and wonder, “What did I just see?”
Lee and Tiffany Lakosky are two of the most famous hunting personalities in the industry. Their show, The Crush with Lee and Tiffany, follows them at home and in the field during their big game hunts, which occasionally include a big-name celebrity or two. Fan of the show? Follow Tiffany Lakosky’s handle @TheCrushTV for more.
Mossy Oak’s camo patterns are found on everything from gun stocks to ladies’ underwear. But there’s a lot more to the brand than just camo. Mossy Oak operates a number of wildlife conservation projects, produces a wide array of hunting videos, and does a whole lot more. Follow them on Twitter to find out what the company is up to.
Average Outdoorsman is a popular blog about all things hunting and fishing. And with nearly 94,000 followers, he’s one of the most popular accounts in the hunting space. Follow him for news, tips and gear promotions.
Michael Waddell, a.k.a the Bone Collector, a.k.a. The Man from Booger Bottom, is one of the most entertaining personalities in the hunting world. Waddell hosts the wildly popular hunting show Bone Collector, which is always entertaining. His Twitter feed is no exception.
Travis T-Bone Turner is the co-host of the Bone Collector with Michael Waddel. He is one of the most skilled, knowledge and likeable guys in the business.
The Boone & Crockett Club is the premier record-keeping and scoring organization for North American big game animals. The Boone & Crockett club stays up to date with what’s happening in the hunting world, whether its a record kill or an issue that affects all hunters. Follow them to keep your finger on the pulse of what’s happening in the hunting world.
Jim Shockey is the consummate outdoorsman. He’s a solid match of skill, personality and grit. And the guy has a dream gig traveling the world as a host of two hunting shows. Follow him on Twitter for a peek into his globe-trotting hunting adventures.
The hunting gear mega-retailer’s Twitter feed offers up hunting tips, gear recommendations, gear sales and more. Their account is one of most popular hunting-related feeds on Twitter.
Deer & Deer Hunting Magazine is one of the best resources for all things related to whitetail hunting. They regularly share the best deer stories of the day, fan-submitted trophy pics and articles from their contributors, whose ranks include Ted Nugent.
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When it comes to hunting bows, they don’t get much better than Mathews Archery’s products. The company is responsible for several game-changing bow innovations, including their cam designs. Mathews Archery’s Twitter account is a pipeline for awesome bowhunting photos and articles that will inspire you to get in the field.
RealTree is the most popular hunting camouflage brand in the world. With more than 188,000 followers, they are one of the hunting heavyweights on Twitter. RealTree’s feed posts the usual updates about gear but also posts interesting pics, retweets, and comments about hunting.
Kendall Jones is an avid huntress who was the youngest person to harvest the Big 5 (at age 15). She is a down-to-earth spokesperson for the hunting community.
If you haven’t heard of Duck Dynasty – the wildly popular show the follows the Robertson clan – you’ve probably been spending too much time in your duck blind. Follow this account to stay up to date with the most popular hunting-related show of all time.
Boisterous, intense, patriotic, sometimes totally insane, but always original. Ted Nugent is arguably the most colorful character in the hunting world. His tweets have been known to set media firestorms. But his rants aside, Nugent is a man who lives and breathes hunting. And as out there as he may come across, the Motor City Madman is one of the biggest champions of hunting in the world.
The daughter of Jim Shockey, Eva Shockey is as much of a pioneering figure as her father. A passionate hunter, Eva is bringing a new generation of female hunters into the fold through her pattern and experience. Her positivity is engaging, as is her Twitter feed, which is one of the most active accounts in the hunting space.
Willie Robertson, president of Duck Commander and co-owner of Buck Commander, has been the biggest star in the hunting world since his show Duck Dynasty rose to popularity a few years ago. Always entertaining, Robertson is a must-follow for any hunter.