“We are excited to announce that the S3DA program has garnered so much interest from the various shooting disciplines, that we have added both an open and Olympic recurve class to our lineup. These additions will most certainly have an immediate impact on the number of kids entering S3DA.”
The toughest hunt I’d been on to date had been Rocky Mountain Big Horn sheep hunts. We would begin our mornings at 9,000’ elevation and climb the mountain to hunt at 12-13,000’. Jason said I should train for that and more.
BASALT, Colo. Colorado Parks and Wildlife, partnering with the National Rifle Association, will offer a free, women’s Cast and Blast on Saturday, Aug. 8, in Basalt. All women 18 and older interested in learning how to fly fish and the safe use of shotguns are encouraged to sign up for the one-day seminar.
If you just step outside, you will see some amazing things. While turkey hunting this past spring, I was spotted by these “Pretty Girls”. These elk came through the clearing and stopped to “take a look my way.” I did not bag a turkey, but these elk sure made my day.
Chamber-View® and Cabela’s® are proud to partner together to promote safe firearm handling and storage with the use of ECIs. As National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) members, both companies have taken the Project ChildSafe® Pledge: “I choose to own a firearm and therefor accept responsibility for using and storing it safely. I commit to securing my firearm when not in use, being aware of who can access it all times and educating others to do the same.”
All ladies joining the Pope & Young Club from now through March 2016 will be entered to win an Illinois Whitetail hunt with Midwest Trophy Outfitters. The drawing is open to all new female members that join before March 2016.
“Women-only events often prove to be the key to getting new shooters involved in the shooting sports, providing an atmosphere, camaraderie and a comfort level that encourages trying out something new. This is especially important in getting recreational shooters to experience competition for the first time.”