The North American Tournament Hunting Association
NATHA is dedicated to promoting and staging tournament hunts, and has done so for over 20 years, the longest running competition circuit in the game. Over $100,000 is paid to NATHA competitors throughout the year in a variety of competition classes.
NATHA is committed to the growth and development of Tournament Hunting and functions as a sanctioning body of the “State Championship” series and other major tournament hunts throughout the nation. MENZ Tournament Hunter magazine is the official magazine of NATHA and has been continuously in publication since 2002. NATHA sponsors are corporations that believe in encouraging the growth of Tournament Hunting for the benefit of its participants. NATHA competitors fight for cash prizes and awards, but when the day is done, they gather at the Clubhouse for food, fun and extended truth-telling sessions.
While this might be called the “Menz” Tournament Hunter magazine, the females around here aren’t fooled into thinking that NATHA is just for men. The women of NATHA may be minority in the male dominated hunting and shooting worlds but these ladies play a major role in positively influencing the largest area of growth in the sport today: female shooters! NATHA women employ many roles in support of tournament hunting from competitors and judges to promoters, photographers, records-keepers, rule-keepers, dog owners, fans, family, friends, and supporters.
Click the links below to find out more information about NATHA and how to participate.