The Northeast Big Buck Club is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to keeping alive the hunting traditions of the northeastern United States. It serves local communities by providing educational programs about hunting and conservation. Take this quiz to learn more about the history and goals of the Northeast Big Buck Club.
The Northeast Big Buck Club (NBBC) is tops for hunting whitetail deer in the northeastern United States.
The club is an organization of hunters.
The club keeps and publishes hunting records and organizes regional hunting shows and expos for hunters.
The club is relatively new compared to other hunting clubs in the United States. It was started in 1996.
Bob Fontaine and Jeff Brown founded the club.
Jeff Brown is the president and co-founder of the club.
The club is a not-for-profit organization.
The Northeast Big Buck Club is run by a group of nine officers and directors.
The club has more than 150 volunteer measurers.
The volunteers cover seven states: Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island and Vermont.
The club has supporting members throughout the U.S. and Canada.
Bob Fontaine is the co-founder and membership director of the club.
The Northeast Big Buck Club uses the Boone and Crockett Club's widely accepted system for scoring trophies.
The Boone and Crockett Club's conservation movement was supported by President Theodore Roosevelt, who was also a renowned hunter.
Prentiss Gray, a member of the Boone and Crockett Club, wrote the first big-game records book, "Records of North American Big Game."
The first big-game records book was published in 1932.
The club was founded in 1887.
CamoKidz was created for young people to introduce them to hunting, fishing and other outdoor activities.
CamoKidz was created by Brown and Tim Lajoie.
The club's official record book is called "Northeast Trophy Whitetails."