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.
“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.”
They told us about free printable targets from the National Shooting Sports Foundation. Follow this link for a variety of printable shooting targets.
Since we happen to live quite a distance from the shooting supply stores, it’s nice to know we can print targets at any time.
Approximately 50,000 youths go through local, state, and provencal YHEC programs each year to determine who advances to the International event. Last month, outdoor writer Mia Anstine attended the New Mexico YHEC – which also happens to be at the NRA Whittington Center – with her daughter and was kind enough to report back on how it went …
WHOA!!! With that burst of energy on the run, Cowboy began to feel even more froggy! We went off with a jump and then a kick!
A dream hunt is about more than the harvest. When you’re planning, think past the kill shot. There’s an array of legwork and budgeting needed to ensure you have extraordinary memories when you get home.
An avid outdoorswoman, Blonigen’s biggest wish is to hunt with Winchester Deadly Passion’s Melissa Bachman. With the help of the wish-granting organization, Wishes & More, Bachman and the support of her family and friends, Kelly’s wish becomes a reality. Tune in to Winchester Deadly Passion, on Sportsman Channel Sunday, July 12 at 11:30 a.m. ET for this amazing whitetail hunt where more than just wishes came true.
“Fishing, like baseball, is a great activity that kids can enjoy outdoors.” said Watchable Wildlife Coordinator Trina Romero, of CPW. “We encourage kids and parents to get outside, go fishing and most importantly, have fun.”