Nukem Hunting will attend the 2023 Dixie Deer Classic

Nukem Hunting invites Dixie Deer Classic attendees to visit Nukem Hunting (booth 1-L30) to see firsthand the full line of ‘Grab and Go’ hunting blinds. The show will take place March 3-5, 2023 at the North Carolina State Fairgrounds in Raleigh, North Carolina. Attendees will have the opportunity to try out, touch and see Nukem Hunting’s revolutionary blind curtain.

The Wake County Wildlife Club’s Dixie Deer Classic has been nationally recognized as the premier whitetail trophy show in the country. It is a family-oriented event showcasing a variety of exhibitors from the outdoor industry, a full lineup of television personalities and exclusive guests, dock dogs, a whitetail deer competition, a call maker competition and much more.

“We are excited to attend the Dixie Deer Classic right here in our home state of North Carolina,” said Nukem Hunting owner Pat Newcomb. “This show brings together so many hunters and like-minded individuals who are motivated to connect and put themselves in a position to be more successful in the woods. We love the opportunity to show our blinds in person and invite all attendees to visit us.”

Nukem Grab and Go Hunting Blinds are perfect for the run and gun hunter who likes to bring the game to the animal. The compact construction allows users to move quietly through the forest and set it up at any time. The easy to fold stakeless design eliminates the headache associated with conventional ground blinds and gives hunters the ability to set up virtually anywhere. To see the Nukem Hunting Blinds in action, check out the video below. For more information on purchase options, visit

About the Nukem Hunt

Nukem Hunting was built on a generational love of the outdoors. Owner Pat Newcomb grew up hunting and fishing in western North Carolina with his father and his brothers. A lifetime of dedication and experience in the worldwide chase game went into the development of the revolutionary ‘Grab and Go’ hunting blind. Hunters around the world can now use the technology that the Newcomb family has been successful with for years.