It’s Black Friday and you just HAVE to get these! The www.proishunting.com Generation X system. I received mine last weekend and the first thing we did was head out to chase mountain lions in the rugged rocky mountains. This gear did great and they are now at the top of my list in favorites for ladies camo. The jacket and pants are fleece lined and ideal for winter time spot and stalk hunting.
There is not the bulk of other insulated items. GenX is sleek and like all Prois items, they are tailored to fit us ladies. I own LOTS of their items and the quality surpasses others by leaps and bounds. It is tough. It is durable and will last for many years. Whether you are a long time lady hunter or just starting out, this Prois item IS a must have for you camo gear list. Guys, you need to add this to your ladies Christmas list. Visit http://www.proishunting.com for specials.
The BEST news is that these and other items are on sale for Black Friday!
“The Pro-Edition Generation X Jacket is constructed with wind-stopping and water-resistant Pro-Edition fabric and lined with Prois’ signature nylon tricot lining system. New integrated design to optimize movement. Includes Prois’ signature Scapular Pockets located between the shoulder blades built to house activated hand warmers thus enhancing thermoregulation. Deep lumbar pocket across the back to hold softgoods, additional hand warmers or to function as a vent. Zippered arm pocket to hold valuables. Extended hooding offers additional warmth and concealment during the hunt. Deep hand pockets. All zippers with snap down sliders for enhanced silence. Zipper garage at chin to reduce chaffing. Perfect for the rugged hunting expedition!”
“The Pro-Edition Generation X Pants are the perfect companion for the Generation Jacket. These pants the new mid-weight pants and are engineered with our unique Pro-Edition fabric which affords wind-stopping and water-resistance to the huntress. Warm micro fleece lining. Deep cargo pockets with micro closures for the ease of access and enhanced silence. Boot zips to ease donning. Elastic drawstring with cord stop to draw pants close to boots reduces infiltration of debris and dampness into the boot. Waist sits at the natural waistline and is complete with camstrapping and ladderlocks to create the perfect fit. Knees with articulated pleats to optimize movement while sitting, squatting or crawling. Constructed with ample room through the hips and thighs. Strait leg cut. The Generation X series offers the utmost in performance for the hardcore female hunter!”
Don’t forget to read about Mia & the Little Gal’s adventures at the Women’s Outdoor News
Visit Prois Hunting for hunting and field apparel for women.
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Fourth rifle season in Colorado provided Wolf Creek Outfitters with a hunt for a mule deer buck. Hank and Travis headed out opening day only to see a plethora of does and not a single buck. On day two they decided to try another valley and then another.
The two saw more does and more does. If there were does in there, there just had to be bucks among them. They hiked and glassed but only saw some small bucks. They didn’t see what they were looking for. After lunch they headed back down a ridge and saw large buck tracks crossing their foot tracks. They laughed at how smart the deer are but knew they could outsmart them.
Travis rides through the snow in search of a mule deer.
The temperatures dropped and the two rode their horses down a ridge then up another. Hank stopped and got off his horse. He glassed and then told Travis to dismount. There at the edge of the field was a great buck! Travis dismounted from his horse, un-sheathed his gun and slowly lay on the ground. The horses watched in anticipation because they knew what the rifle meant. Suddenly the shot was heard. The horses flinched and stood still. The buck had been hit good but it leapt and ran into the brush.
The two tended to their horses, grabbed their packs and added more layers. They knew it was time for some work to be done. After a little searching, they found Travis’ prize. His first mule deer and it was a great buck!
Travis with his first mule deer
We acquired Thomas at a 4-H auction. He was intended to be a Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner and ended up with our family for three and a half years. Tom had a couple of friends who were eaten by coyotes, bobcats and shredded by raccoons.
A young Tomas struts for his friend.
Tom always managed to survive the attacks and he became an icon at the ranch. A mascot so to speak. Tom was always there when we would shoot targets or skeet. He would stand in the background, always behind the line, and cheer each time you would fire a shot. . Anytime there was action, Tom could be found close by.
He would follow us out to the back field as we went to search for prairie dogs or coyotes. He would come and show our company his pretty feathers every chance he would get. Tom was friends with the hounds, the goat and even the horses.
We have been busy with hunting season and are fortunate to have many people who help us care for the ranch. While Hank and the hunters were out yesterday, one of our very good friends dropped items off at our house. Tom quickly went to greet him and strutted his fancy feathers as items were unloaded. When they were finished, they backed out of the driveway and the unthinkable happened. Tom was squished under a truck tire. Our friend had admired and laughed at Tom for years. He frantically called to attempt to notify us that our friend had suffered a horrible accident.
Today we remember Tom and say thanks. Thomas, aka, Tom, you will be missed at the Anstine Ranch. You gave us lots of laughs and lots of smiles. We’ll be telling your stories for years to come.
Be sure to click on the links throughout the post and read about Thomas’ adventures.
Wolf Creek Outfitters, Inc. has acquired additional New Mexico land owner tags. This means you still have time for an end of year bull elk hunt.
Late season (December) 2011 Elk hunts available in Chama, New Mexico. Choose any five consecutive days from November 29th to December 31st for your private land hunt.
New Mexico Private Land Hunt: $3000
Elk Licenses: $555 (MB-Mature Bull S-Standard – Non-residents)
Habitat Management Validation: $4 (Required and must be purchased separately and possessed while hunting. These must be purchased once per year.)
Wolf Creek Outfitters, Inc.
For additional information, call Eddie: (575)756-8557 or Hank: (970)264-5332
PO Box 1918
Pagosa Springs, CO 81147