Tag Archives: Women hunters

From Treestand To Glitz & Glamor Of The Runway

I’m a 19-year-old, born and raised in a small rural farming community in Northern Ontario, Canada. I love the outdoors: hunting, shooting and fishing is a way of life for me. Northern Ontario is truly blessed. Wild game to hunt and fish; clean, clear freshwater lakes and rivers to boat, canoe and swim in; ice fishing in Continue reading From Treestand To Glitz & Glamor Of The Runway

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The Fine Art Of Observing

There’s nothing new about women who hunt. We know about Diana, goddess of the hunt, and one of the major evening events at our convention is presenting the Diana Award, honoring one of our great modern huntresses. However, it shouldn’t be politically incorrect to state as historical fact that hunting has always been primarily a male-dominated sport. Continue reading The Fine Art Of Observing

Driven Boar Hunting in Poland

Photo Credit – Tweed Media

A heavy hoar frost works in a hunter’s favor when stealthily waiting for wild boar to be flushed through woodland. A crunchy layer of frozen beech leaves are impossible for trotters to traverse without giving a waiting rifle a handy heads up. Hunting driven boar in Poland is adrenaline-charged and super thrilling. With the beaters’ voices reverberating around the eerie woodland, Continue reading Driven Boar Hunting in Poland

NH Becoming An Outdoors-Woman Courses For 2017

New Hampshire’s Becoming an Outdoors-Woman Program (BOW) is offering an exciting lineup of courses in 2017 for women interested in learning outdoor skills. Application forms and brochures are published at www.nhbow.com when each Continue reading NH Becoming An Outdoors-Woman Courses For 2017