Get in shape for hunting – Women’s Outdoor News

How to get in shape for spot-and-stalk hunting Posted by: Mia Anstine , September 4, 2014 Year after year family, friends and even strangers ask LG and me the same question, “How will I survive hunting in the mountains?” The answer to that question is as simple as the answer to living a long life. … Continue reading Get in shape for hunting – Women’s Outdoor News

Mia & LG at the WON – 10 items to include in your child’s range bag

10 items to include in your child’s range bag Posted by: Mia Anstine , August 8, 2014 After taking the initiative to teach your little guy or gal responsibility by introducing him or her to shooting, your next step can be teaching independence. Give your child 1 item to be responsible for – his or … Continue reading Mia & LG at the WON – 10 items to include in your child’s range bag

Memories of a high mountain elk hunt

You couldn't ask for better quality mom/daughter time than on an elk hunt in the high country. LG had quite the hunting season last fall. She drew more hunting tags than we knew what to do with. Actually we DID know what to do with them. We went hunting! 2014-We drew some tags. Did you? … Continue reading Memories of a high mountain elk hunt

Mia & LG on hunting abroad – the WON

Mia & the Little Gal: Mia Anstine shares tips on how to prepare for a hunting trip overseas. LG and I dream of hunting abroad. In our downtime we chat about where we would like to go. Can you imagine how long the list is? We’ve all had those, “If I won the lottery” chats, … Continue reading Mia & LG on hunting abroad – the WON

Eagle & Coyote Fight Over Prairie Dog

Do you ever simply slow down to look at the world God created? It is truly amazing what is out there. Stop and smell the roses, or look at the wildlife, some time. I often get the opportunity to witness amazing wildlife events. This one was awe-inspiring so I thought I would share it. I … Continue reading Eagle & Coyote Fight Over Prairie Dog

How to improve turkey population – by Mia & LG

When a new hunter asks how to get started hunting, LG and I often recommend turkey hunting. That, of course, is after he or she passes a Hunter Safety course. In a Hunter Safety class, a new hunter will learn about safety, firearms, laws and ethics. Conservation is another thing we can learn a lot about while … Continue reading How to improve turkey population – by Mia & LG

LG Likes Mobile Decoys

We always miss our LG while we are away at SHOT Show. When I saw the Primos Hunting mobile decoys, I had to take a video and text them to her. I knew she would get a laugh. She did indeed get a kick out of them, and of course wants to give them a … Continue reading LG Likes Mobile Decoys

Mia & LG: Discussing Youth Firearms Training and Education

Mia & the Little Gal: Youth firearms training resources How often do you have in-depth, meaningful talks with your kid(s)? As LG and I travel to and from school each day, we have various conversations. We discuss school, teen life, friendships, sports, religion and many other topics. Today, we discussed a different kind of education... … Continue reading Mia & LG: Discussing Youth Firearms Training and Education

Women’s Outdoor News Year in Review E-pub

More than just Mia & LG at the Women's Outdoor News. Read all about the ladies who make up TeamWON and follow them into 2014. Women’s Outdoor News ROLLA, MO – As we wrap up another year of hunting, fishing, shooting and loving the outdoors, TeamWON reflects on where we’ve been and what we’ve done, … Continue reading Women’s Outdoor News Year in Review E-pub

Mia & LG on How To Train for That Perfect Archery Shot

LG is training for the Colorado State Archery Association mail-in competition. She has school and other sports so we haven't had a lot of time to get out and shoot. Shooting is definitely helpful, but in the meantime, we practice these exercises at home. Read about it at the Women's Outdoor News Mia and the … Continue reading Mia & LG on How To Train for That Perfect Archery Shot