Welcome to the forum!
Unfortunately, I live too far away from you here in Illinois but I would suggest you first get a good bow, arrows, etc. from a local pro shop. They will measure your draw length, etc. and get you properly set up. From there comes practice...and lots of it! You will need to be proficient in your shooting ability as to keep injuries to the animals at a minimum. From there come technique, strategies and most important, a place to hunt. Take first things first and get your equipment!
You've come to the right place as many people here are more than willing to help if you are willing to listen. You'll get many opinions, and that's par for the course in this business but use some discernment, ask a lot of questions and you'll do just fine. The most important issue to address is safety! Always know your target and never take any chances. A trophy animal is never worth compromising another's well-being! From there, make sure you always enjoy the hunt, whether or not you come home with venison!
Good luck and stop by often!
"A fool learns from his own mistake but a wiseman learns from a fool's mistake "