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Hi to all: My name is Christy Barney, and I am a new member of your organization.
I was born and raised in Southern Utah, with the famed Paunsaugunt mule deer unit as my back yard. I grew up water skiing, camping, four wheeling, and hunting with my family. I spend all my free time in the outdoors, which is my true passion in life.
Anyone who might want to weigh in the 'blaze pink' idea, letting hunters wear pink instead of blaze orange, might want to contact Jessica Lussenhop at the address below.
Sounds like a great idea. Blaze pink is much prettier than blaze orange, don't you think?
She wrote me saying:
I am doing a story about “blaze pink” and how this notion spread across legislatures across the country. I was hoping
to get some female hunting enthusiasts to weigh in – would anyone at Women Hunters be available?”
Thank you very much!
Senior staff writer BBC
Dear Ladies of the Club (you might say)
As your new president, I would like each of you to email a short article to be used on the site, letting us know what you're doing these days, hunting wise, or whatever, and which direction you would like to see the Womenhunters Club take.
If You Can Afford Only One Gun
By Kathleen Kalina
The bushes are swinging with a horrible rush of an unknown animal. You don’t know what it is, but its coming fast. You have a rifle and a shotgun, which do reach for?
20 gauge single shotgun
Pronghorn, due to the fact that they live in herds, have excellent eyesight and a live in wide-open country, with few trees to hide in or behind, are difficult to stalk.
Alaska and the Yukon
North Alabama, Mississippi p
and North Georgia
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