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    EP. 78 Why Women Hunt...

    EP. 78 Why Women Hunt...

    The Woman Angler & Adventurer podcast hosts Angie Scott and Barb Carey recently had the pleasure of meeting up with author and hunter K.J. Houtman. They were all attendees of the 2019 Association of Great Lakes Outdoor Writers (AGLOW) conference in beautiful LaCrosse, WI. 

    Houtman recently released a book entitled, "Why Women Hunt," so it was only fitting that the three women spend some time in a ground blind together on this trip. K.J. was outfitted with her bow, Barb with a crossbow and Angie was more than happy to be armed with only a GoPro to capture the scene. 

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    EP. 70 Melissa Bachman on Bowfishing

    EP. 70 Melissa Bachman on Bowfishing

    We're super stoked about this week's guest on The Woman Angler & Adventurer podcast. She just may be the epitome of everything this show is all about. Meet Melissa Bachman (if you haven't already). She's the star of Winchester Deadly Passion on The Sportsman Channel

    Our conversation with Melissa focuses on a topic we know a lot of you either have experience with or are curious about and Melissa has had more experience than most women we know. That topic is bowfishing. Melisssa, an avid hunter as well as an angler, grew up bowfishing in Minnesota. Since then, she's had some pretty unique bowfishing experiences that she recounts for us in this episode including bowfishing offshore!

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    EP. 58 Becoming an Outdoors Woman

    EP. 58 Becoming an Outdoors Woman
    Peggy Ferrell is the director of the Becoming an Outdoor Woman program. BOW started in 1990 after a conference at UWSP to explore how they could get more women involved in hunting and fishing. Founded by Christine Thomas, the conference led to the first BOW workshop and now the program is in 38 states and 6 Canadian provinces.

    The program has expanded worldwide, and some options include a photo safari in Africa or trip to Iceland or Costa Rica.  BOW currently offers two three day workshops every year. The format is  1/3 shooting and hunting, 1/3 fishing, and 1/3 other classes such as dog sledding, sewing with fur, kayaking, etc. 

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