Colorado – Women-only ‘Cast and Blast ‘N Twang’

Colorado Parks and Wildlife offers Women-only ‘Cast and Blast ‘N Twang’ in Granby, register today for limited spaces
CPW_SiteLogoGRANBY, Colo. – Women interested in learning the basics of fly fishing, archery and how to handle a shotgun safely are invited to a women­ only ‘Cast, Blast and Twang’ clinic in Granby, Sunday, July 31.

Designed for novices 18-and-older, no experience or equipment is required.

The class fee is $20 and pre-­registration is required. Call Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s Hot Sulphur Springs office at 970­-725­-6200 to register. Space is limited and the seminar is expected to fill quickly. Location and additional details provided upon registration.Participants are reminded that the class is not a Hunter Education course, which is required to purchase a hunting license. To find a Hunter Education course, go to, or call your local Colorado Parks and Wildlife office.

CPW offers Women-only ‘Cast and Blast ‘N Twang’ in Granby, register today for limited spaces.

Anyone that attends should dress for the elements and bring all necessary supplies, including water, insect repellent and sunscreen. Lunch, snacks, and drinks will be provided.

Get outside. Explore, learn, hunt, fish, shoot, connect with nature.

‘Cast, Blast and Twang’ is offered through Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s Hunter Outreach Program. The program includes workshops, clinics, seminars and educational hunts that focus on teaching the skills, ethics and traditions of hunting to novice youth and women.
What: Women­ only ‘Cast, Blast and Twang’

When: Sunday, July 31, ­8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Where: Granby, Colo. Location provided upon registration.

Contact: Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s Hot Sulphur Springs office at 970-­725­-6200.

For more information about novice and youth education and seminars, please

To purchase hunting or fishing licenses online, please


CPW is an enterprise agency, relying primarily on license sales, state parks fees and registration fees to support its operations, including: 42 state parks and more than 350 wildlife areas covering approximately 900,000 acres, management of fishing and hunting, wildlife watching, camping, motorized and non-motorized trails, boating and outdoor education. CPW’s work contributes approximately $6 billion in total economic impact annually throughout Colorado.

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