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This is award-winning, one tough outdoorswoman is a product of Northern Ontario, and the Creator of Just Hunt INC. This young woman has proved her worth as an athlete, inspirational speaker, angler, power sports enthusiast, sport shooting advocate, and a hunter whose mission it is to pass on the passion to our future. Dictionary.com defines an athlete as “a person who is proficient in sports and other forms of physical exercise.” Hunting is no different from other sports in that you need to be in the best shape you can be mentally and physically. Filming for her 6th season on National Television and her 3rd season with the Sportsman Channel Canada.
Since 2016 Amanda Lynn Mayhew has been keeping you intrigued with her outdoor adventures with Just Hunt including her new TV Series, THAT Hunting Girl™. Raised hunting and fishing, Amanda Lynn is no stranger to the industry, with over 150K social media followers and her show airing in over 9.7 million homes. In addition, Amanda Lynn is the recipient of the 2021 Jeffrey Reed Courage Award, 2019 Hunting Ambassador of the Year Golden Bullet Award and nominated for Woman of the Year in the Health and Wellness Category 3 consecutive times for her efforts in charitable work raising awareness for ailments in the Kitchener-Waterloo area and winning numerous Citizen of the Week awards.
Whether it be hunting, fishing or trailblazing through unfamiliar territory, Amanda Lynn approaches each new experience with a genuine spirited passion and always a dash of fun - and the occasional belly laugh! As a great advocate and ambassador for hunting, fishing and safe/proper use of firearms, Amanda Lynn shares skills and experiences while covering everything from hunting big game, predators, and small game to fishing rivers and big water. Amanda Lynn has become a positive influence and role model not only for youth and women of all ages, but for hunters and anglers all over Canada.
Amanda Lynn's above-average success rates for her DIY hunts are impressive, most hunters' hunt 30+ years to harvest animals that Amanda Lynn has been fortunate to hunt and harvest. Although not a trophy hunter in terms of inches and skulls but sharing her trophies which represent memories, and adventures.
Amanda Lynn has a growing social media following that has a fan base that trusts what she recommends and women that watch her show, participate in her events, purchase what she introduces to them, proving that what you are introduced to, you remember.
The numbers are visibly increasing each year with the influences of television and media, with the rise of social media influencing showcasing women and children the growing industry is in full forward like never before. The younger generation look up to the role models of industry seeing strong, beautiful, capable and independent women who love to fish, hunt and the outdoors. Amanda Lynn was diagnosed with Graves' Disease in 1998 and has given her efforts to bring awareness to rare diseases and health awareness. Including Progeria, Multiple Sclerosis and Congenital Heart Conditions.
With dedication and hard work, determination, focus on fitness, outdoors skills and a positive, energetic personality and a passion for travel. Amanda Lynn has embraced her roots, having been raised to love the outdoors life. She has directed that passion to launch a career, quickly becoming one of the most accomplished and popular faces of the outdoors.
Amanda Lynn has been featured in publications across Canada including Oxygen, International Sportsmen, Monster Whitetail, Big Game Illustrated, Newfoundland Sportsmen Magazine, Outdoor Canada Magazine, High Capacity, Fish, Hunt and Ride Magazine, among many newspapers across North America.
Shooting has always been in her family, Amanda Lynn has always had a passion for firearms, how they work and how to use them properly. Growing up watching all the action movies with her Dad she was fascinated with the different types and reasons of firearms. Having the opportunity to spend some time behind the gun counter at Shooters Choice and extending her knowledge in the gun world kick started the Range Day Events for women back in 2011 where she had the chance to mentor women in a non-intimidating environment with the assistance of range members and Range Safety Officer's. Since 2016 the Range Day events have been televised nationally to spread the message of safe handling and showcasing the education of firearms to the younger generation as well. Having girls participate from the age of 9 to 85 has been a joy to see. Amanda Lynn is currently a proud member of the Canadian Coalition for Firearm Rights and does her part to educate ALL people about firearms and firearm safety.
Supporting people in pursuit of their hunting heritage, Amanda Lynn founded the Range Day and Take Me Outreach Programs, designed to help new adventurers get out there and get started.