Welcome new POMA members. We’re proud to have you in the family.
Fort Smith, Arkansas
Bio: I wrote numerous articles for Guns.com before moving into the editorial role at GunsAmerica. I also contribute to the Beretta blog and write for Umarex.
Bio: Martha Tansy is an outdoor adventurer from Alaska. She traveled the world wheeling, racing, hunting, wrenching and welding for the better part of her life. Although Martha’s mechanical and improvisational skills are unmatched, her infectiously positive attitude could be her greatest asset. She’s been described as sweet, thoughtful and considerate as well as a badass, tireless leader who has single handedly saved expeditions on many occasions.
Bio: My brother Steve and I have been performing live shotgun exhibitions at outdoor events for 10 years now. Complimentary to the live shows we create fun and entertaining YouTube and social content for brands within the Outdoor Industry. Our focus is shooting, hunting, and living life with a purpose.
Long Prairie, Minnesota
Bio: One of a kind live exhibition shooting shows and epic trick shot videos!
Bio: Jess McGlothlin sees her mission as a simple one: tell stories. Working as a freelance photographer and writer in the outdoor industry, while on assignment in the past few years she’s learned how to throw spears at coconuts in French Polynesia, dodge saltwater crocodiles in Cuba, stand-up paddleboard down Peruvian Amazon tributaries and eat all manner of unidentifiable food.
Garden Grove, California
Bio: My name is Jeremiah Doughty, I am a wild game chef and outdoors coach. I founded and run From Field To Plate on all social media outlets and fromfieldtoplate.com. My goal on social media is to show a change in the industry. Getting back to doing it all yourself, going beyond the racks and diving deep into the meals. Each year I teach and train 30-50 new adult hunters in the realm of hunting, butchering and cooking. I started from field to plate to be a knowledge based outlet, answering questions and helping the everyday person get better at being outdoors and getting dirty for their dinner.
Bio: Jacki Billings is a freelance journalist covering product and industry news as well as reviews for a variety of online publications. With a focus on concealed carry and women’s topics, she uses her platform to encourage women and newcomers into the shooting sports. Jacki’s journalism background allows her to get to the core of issues and stories, bringing her readers the most up-to-date information as it relates to products and the gun industry as a whole.
Rivesville, West Virginia
Bio: I graduated from Fairmont State University in 1994 and started full time at the Times West Virginian soon after. Over the years I have worked with several writers and I have had my work appear in multiple outdoor magazines across the United States.
Bio: I’ve been writing about hunting beagles and field trials since 2001. I have 9 books in print.
Bio: Certified Wildlife Biologist. Retired after 39 years. Past positions included Hunter Ed Instructor, District Biologist, WMA Manager, Regional Biologist, and Refuge Manager with Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife, Texas Parks and Wildlife, Quail Unlimited, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Full time freelance writer/photographer since 2014 with credits in Gamekeepers, Buckmasters, Realtree, Game and Fish Publications, Southern Traditions Outdoors, Midsouth Hunting and Fishing News. President of Tennessee Outdoor Writers Association and currently on Board of Directors for SEOPA.
Vero Beach, Florida
Bio: Renowned angler and guide ‘Big Boy’ Carter Andrews is plagued by a single obsession: fishing. He is the host of The Obsession of Carter Andrews, a fishing show that airs on the Outdoor Channel. During the past 25 years in the industry Carter has immersed himself in all disciplines of fishing, both salt and fresh, fly and conventional. He is arguably one of the best complete anglers known today. He has worked internationally developing fishing lodges, putting them on the map. He has competed in multiple national and international tournaments, from trout to marlin. Carter has led expeditions with friends and clients to 15 different countries. He has written for multiple magazine publications and has been on the cover of nearly every saltwater and fly fishing magazine in print. He has a wife and two daughters, who, by his side, enjoy the adventurous life.
Bio: Jackie Holbrook is a freelance writer based in Cascade, Montana. She routinely writes articles for the Archery Trade Association’s bowhunting360.com, archery360.com and ArcheryTrade.org websites. She’s also written outdoor articles for the Anchorage Daily News. During her six years as a television news reporter in Missoula, Montana and Anchorage, Alaska, her focus was on hunting, fishing and outdoor news.
Spencer, New York
Bio: I am a multimedia freelancer who works as a videographer and editor, photographer, and writer. I have been published in local, regional, and national publications in print and digital, most notably being Outdoor Life and Field & Stream – for which I have produced a number of videos.
Bio: Though I have a lot of experience hunting and fishing I have only recently started writing about my experiences, sharing knowledge and doing my utmost to promote hunting in a positive way.
Bio: Lowell is passionate about hunting, fishing and wildlife conservation. An award-winning freelance writer and photographer, his favorite topics are firearms, gundogs, outdoor gear and cooking. He instructs hunter education and firearms safety courses. He’s available for freelance opportunities.
Michael Van Tubergen
Grand Haven, Michigan
Bio: I am a life long hunter, fisher and shooting enthusiast. I have a BA from Michigan State University (97) and a JD from Wayne State University Law School (2000). After a short stint as an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney I took the plunge and opened a solo law practice in Grand Haven, Michigan (January 2002). That solo practice has grown into a full service law firm (Van Tubergen, Treutler & Hayes, PLLC) and I have developed a niche specialty where I am legal counsel for several of the most popular hunting celebrities in the outdoor television industry and am generally recognized as one of the “the” attorneys to hire in that industry. Through this work I have developed superior knowledge about the logistics and the business of the Outdoor Television Industry. I have also developed a strong working relationships with many of the executives from the television networks as well executives for some of the best sponsors.
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Barnwell, South Carolina
Bio: I have worked for the NWTF for the past three years. I began as a part-time photographer and archivist. I was promoted to staff writer in November 2016. In November 2017, I was promoted to Associate Editor. Prior to the NWTF, I have worked as a professional newborn photographer and was employed in the newspaper industry for nearly 10 years as a staff writer in the beginning and finished my last six years as the Managing Editor for The People-Sentinel newspaper.
Staatsburg, New York
Bio: Founding editor Combat Handguns and other Hunting and Gun Harris publications. Co-founder The Hunting Report Newsletter. Articles in Outdoor Life, Field & Stream, Sports Afield (contributing editor for approximately 5 years), occasional contributor The Shooting Sportsman, Garden and Gun, Covey Rise. Founding Pres. SCI Tri-State Chapter. World record holder 6 pounds tippet coho salmon, author of the couple of hundred articles on both sides of the Atlantic, book author: The Complete Guide to Wingshooting, The World’s Best Shoots, to be released soon: Shooter’s Bible Guide to Shotgunning. USSCA Level III Certified Instructor.
Outdoor Access, Inc.
About us: Often referred to as the “AirBnB for outdoor recreation,” Outdoor Access offers its members the opportunity to book exclusive short term reservations on private land for a wide variety of outdoor recreational activities, including hunting, fishing, camping, and more. By helping “unlock the outdoors” for members and landowners alike, Outdoor Access provides opportunities for members to enjoy a positive outdoor experience, while simultaneously generating incremental revenue for private landowners. This combination has helped more people enjoy their favorite outdoor passions more often while opening up tens of thousands of new acres that were previous unavailable for use.
Victoriaville QC, Canada
About us: Our goal is to design & manufacture innovative, premium products for the hunting industry and to cater to all hunters passionate about the lifestyle. that is hunting. We strive on offering all customers a positive, user friendly experience that will have a lasting impression.
Delray Beach, Florida
About us: Century Arms is the largest U.S.-based AK-47 manufacturer and a sixty year old firearms importer specializing in surplus arms. Exclusive U.S. distributor for Canik pistols of Turkey. Imported ammunition sold under the Red Army Standard brand and AK accessories offered under U.S. Palm.
Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency
About us: The Mission of the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency is to preserve, conserve, manage, protect, and enhance the fish and wildlife of the state and their habitats for the use, benefit, and enjoyment of the citizens of Tennessee and its visitors. The Agency will foster the safe use of the state’s waters through a program of law enforcement, education, and access.
About us: CrossBreed® Holsters is the manufacturer of the most comfortable and durable concealed carry holsters and belts on the market. Our flagship items include the SuperTuck, MiniTuck, Modular Belly Band, Reckoning Holster, Executive Belt, and many other options.
About us: Our Mission: To amplify the voice of the outdoor recreational community, to support animal conservation, public land access, hunters’ rights and the outdoor industry/lifestyle.
USA Clay Target League
Mendota Heights, Minnesota
About us: The USA Clay Target League® is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. The League is the independent provider of clay target shooting sports for secondary and postsecondary schools. The organization’s priorities are safety, fun, and marksmanship – in that order.