The government is us; we are the government, you and I. -Theodore Roosevelt

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Who We Are

Who We Are The Leading Authority on Conservation, Big Game Hunting, and Fair Chase

We are the Legacy

The Boone and Crockett Club has been working to conserve America’s wildlife since 1887. We are proud to be the oldest wildlife conservation organization in North America. The Club is widely known for its scoring system and record books for native North American big game, but we are so much more.

We are Hunters

Our members spend most of their free time in the field. They are affluent, well-educated, and passionate about conservation. The Boone and Crockett Club has the most committed and knowledgeable vertical audience in the hunting marketplace, and they engage with companies that engage with us.

We are Fair Chase

Fair Chase® is more than a registered trademark of the Boone and Crockett Club. It is the guiding principle of ethical conduct for hunters in the field—and it has been for more than a century.

We are the hunter’s voice

Conservation doesn’t happen in a vacuum. Our members are policy makers at the highest levels who make certain our wildlife resources (and the industries they support) have a seat at the table and a voice that will be heard.

Be a Part of the Legacy

Don’t just take our word for it. Take a tour through the numbers about our followers. You’ll find that the Boone and Crockett Club is comprised of a unique group of passionate members. If your company believes in conservation and understands that hunting plays an integral part in sustaining our country’s wildlife resources, then consider working with us and becoming a part of North America’s most influential wildlife conservation movements.

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-Theodore Roosevelt