The continued success of Media and Industry Day at the Range was evident this year. It was cold and windy in the beginning but it was a beautiful cloudless day once again with lots of people in attendance. This event has grown every year and this year was no exception.
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This is a fabulous opportunity to Deer Hunt on a beautiful ranch in Oklahoma! You are invited to hunt for a Classic 8 Point Whitetail Buck and two Whitetail Doe Hunt. The hunt will be for four huntresses per weekend. The Brewster’s will book several weekends during this hunting season to harvest these Classic[…]
Thanks to Bear Mountain Ranch and Anne Draper, WOMA Member, for providing this recipe on their web site. Any ground game will work and don’t forget about using the birds you have in your freezer! Tostadas, are a great way to use up extra tortillas, ground bison (or any game), and many[…]
Many of us work as volunteers and continually encourage others to do the same. New faces show up to your event, but then you never hear from them again. Shame. So what needs to change for people to continue to want to give their precious time to your cause? Here are some[…]
Happy Memorial Day! Thank you for serving in and supporting our Armed Forces. Guard against the impostures of pretended patriotism. George Washington
I’ve never met a fishing pole I didn’t like. So, yet again, Al and I had the opportunity to fish together in the Gulf of Mexico, off Marco Island. Our good friend, Sandy Allen, fished with us, and yes, I did catch the biggest fish. Sandy came in second. ‘The girls’ listened[…]
For every hunter out there, nothing can relate to the excitement and the memories made during that first hunt. For Kristen Monroe, her first duck hunt was certainly no exception to this well known fact. Plus to make this hunt even more unforgettable, she got to share it with some of the guys from Ducks Unlimited.
Women and guns; a perfect match and in my case it relates to shooting a pistol. The two important factors are to find the gun that fit right, both for hand size and strength, and to get some training designed for the woman shooter.
Meet WOMA Members and Olympic Biathletes, Lanny and Tracy Barnes at the OTIS Booth #1905 at the 2012 NRA Annual Meeting in St. Louis, MO!
For over thirty minutes, the nine Pronghorn stood at the four-rung barbed wire fence on the Vaca Ranch in Sonoita, Arizona. The Game and Fish regional manager watched the antelope walk off to find a place where they could dive under the fence to move the small herd to the good forbs[…]