Dr. Randy Ulmer grew up in Arizona with hunting as his passion. He attended Oregon State University where he graduated Summa Cum Laude. He received his Doctorate from Washington State University, Cum Laude.

Randy is well known for his competitive archery achievements. He has won world and national titles in many different venues. These include 2 ASA Men's Professional World Titles, 2 NABH Men's professional World Titles, 2 IBO World Titles and 1 FITA World Title as well as NFAA National and VEGAS indoor titles.

Randy has twice received the Arizona Wildlife Federation Annual Award for killing the largest elk in the state (any weapon). He currently holds the record for the largest elk killed in Nevada (archery).

Randy has been bowhunting for nearly thirty years. He has received the NRA's Leather Stocking Award and was inducted into the Bowhunter's Hall of Fame in 1999.

Randy is also an outdoor writer and Television Personality. He pens a monthly column for both Petersen's Bowhunting and Bowhunter Magazine. He also hosts a segment on Bowhunter Television.

Randy currently lives in Arizona with his wife Tammy and sons Jacob and Levi.