Ambassador Program

Women's Hunting Association is a Division of Just Hunt®


The Ambassador Program is about doing your own thing.  Amanda Lynn has been an Ambassador and Brand Manager for many companies over the course of 20 years in different genres and knows exactly what it takes to have a successful team.  She knows what goes into it from both sides.  All that is expected from the Just Hunt® Crew is to love what you do, be true to who you are and #justhunt - whether it be for animals, fish, or life. Stay focused on positive inspiration and keep it simple.

In fact, Amanda Lynn wants to help others succeed in their industries, with the ability to share the potential that outdoors enthusiasts have to inspire others to follow our heritage giving you a chance to be discovered by industry leaders.

There is no pressure, be you, and love what you do. We want to share what you love to do. Simple as that.

We want to share the word across the country in each province. Lifestyle, Hunting, Shooting, Archery, and the Outdoors.

Hard work will stand out and we are here to help push you into the hands of the outdoors industry with credibility and reputation. Sponsors and event co-ordinators look at the whole picture when deciding on who to represent their brand or show and some of the things to be aware of are:

▪positive posting

▪passion for what you preach

▪consistency in brand recognition

▪social media existence

▪customer service/personality



inspiring others

Loyalty and appreciation work both ways and the best relationship between endorser and sponsor is one that is open with communication, sharing innovative ideas, and always looking ahead at the next project.

Just Hunt® Ambassador Crew

Brady Mayhew | Hunter


Southern Ontario

Son of Amanda Lynn, Brady has grown up surrounded by fishing and hunting, catching fish from an early age and harvesting grouse as soon as he was old enough. Brady has a passion for anything outdoors including camping, and traveling.

A hunter and angler by blood and a way to enjoy the outdoors with family.

Brady knows his way around firearms, bows and fishing rods as it comes naturally. As a millwright he doesn't get to spend as much time out in the field as he would like to but he gets out there as much as he can, watch for his appearance on Just Hunt in 2019.


Mackynzie Mayhew | Hunter | Archer


Southern Ontario

Son of Amanda Lynn, Mackynzie has grown up surrounded by fishing and hunting, catching fish from an early age and harvesting grouse as soon as he was old enough. Mackynzie has a passion for anything outdoors including camping, and archery.

A hunter and angler by blood and a way to enjoy the outdoors with family.

Mackynzie knows his way around firearms, bows and fishing rods as it comes naturally. 

Mackynzie has appeared on Just Hunt with his Mom.


Rae Urwin | Lifestyle | Hunter


Southern Ontario

A born and raised city girl who’s heart fell in love with the country.   Rae grew up doing what would be considered ‘standard activities’ for a city girl. Fast forward 15 years and though she may still be living in the city, her passion and desire to spend her life outdoors as much as she can is beginning to blossom. 

Rae got involved in Range Days back in 2016 and the fire was lit for an unknown passion.  From shooting at Range Days, to participating in Take Me Fishing, Rae's experiences have been nothing short of unforgettable.  

All in all, JUST HUNT encompasses everything that Rae loves. 

Candace Martin | Competition Trap


South Bruce, Ontario

Candace always wanted to hunt, but growing up it wasn't really a girls activity in her family. Candace allowed this notion for a long time to play in her head. It's not like anyone told her she couldn't but one day, her husband took her out to his uncle's field and sent a little orange disc through the sky and told her to shoot it. 

"It's a community and we are here for each other."

Sharing stories and advice as well as laughs, that's what she loves most. Candace wants to help women as well as our youth get involved in the outdoors, whether its shooting sports, hunting, fishing or just living your authentic self. Candace lives by being an ethical hunter, and promoting conservation. Not every hunt ends in harvesting an animal but you can always leave with new knowledge. It's a process and the real fun is getting there, so lets get there together.

Jennifer Nicole | Hunter | Angler


 Thunder Bay, Ontario

Jennifer has enjoyed the outdoors since she can remember and her grandpa was the one that got her hooked on fishing at a young age, her favorite being love steel line fishing for lake trout!

Jennifer started hunting only a few years ago and now can’t get enough of it.  Her first hunt was for bear and in her words, "It was Insane!"  Jennifer's  bear rug hangs on her living room wall and is an amazing reminder of her first hunt!

"Harvesting my own food is amazing and just gives such an appreciation for the opportunity to do so.  It’s a comforting feeling knowing where your food comes from." 

Angela Osmond | Precision Rifle


Toronto, Ontario

Angela has felt indifferent and unsure about firearms for many years until she met her boyfriend Gavin. He was an avid firearms owner with a passion to show the unsure and scared that firearms were nothing to fear. 

After seeing each other for a month he asked her if she would like to go out for a range day. She agreed and from the first time she shot a gun she was hooked! 

Through her range days, she learned that she loved long range shooting. She has participated in the CRPS (Canadian Rimfire Precision Series) and is looking forward to doing so again. 

Candace Black | Lifestyle | Shooter


Southern Ontario

Candace grew up in a small town in Southern Ontario, where kids had to make their own fun. 

Candace's cottage encompasses everything she loves about the outdoors, and is where her desire to learn to live self sufficiently began. It is here that Candace learned to catch, clean and cook a fish, and how to harvest firewood, build fires, and live without many everyday amenities. 

"Knowing how to grow and harvest your own food, and live without water and hydro lines is something not everyone has experienced, but definitely is a skill I hope to pass onto future generations."

As an educator, Candace has a strong passion for learning, and an even stronger desire to share her experiences and what she has learned with others. She became an educator to help others explore their interests, support them in their learning, and guide them in their pursuit of what makes them happy. This is everything that JUST HUNT embodies.

Shawna-Lee Enair-Erickson | Hunter


 Kirkland Lake, Ontario

Shawna is also a member of Matachewan First Nation & Has had the opportunity to learn a lot about the outdoors from her indigenous elders.

To Shawna hunting & fishing is about the love of field to table, family, outdoors and passing traditions down from generation to generation. She is a hunter & angler raising a baby outdoors man & she takes pride in raising her son with love for the outdoors & respect for the animals that give their lives to feed them the most healthy field to table meals.

Her love for hunting and fish constantly reminds her of her thankfulness for the outdoors and gratefulness for her health. Shawna believes that she is a perfect fit for Just Hunt because she is passionate about being a strong female in this industry so that she can empower any female that wants to know more about the the outdoors whether it be hunting, fishing, outdoor preparedness, safety ext.. 

Amanda Szadkowski | Hunter/Trapper


Northern Manitoba

Growing up in the small village of Ethelbert, Manitoba. Amanda's grandmother introduced her to nature at a young age. Whether it was foraging through the bush looking for moral mushrooms, picking Saskatoon berries or digging in the garden she grew up loving the outdoors. 

"There's nothing like harvesting your own food."

Amanda is all about empowering women to get out into the field and try something new, which makes her a perfect candidate for Amanda Lynn's message. Amanda would have never believed that she would be doing the jobs that she is currently but has such gratification once she is completed her tasks at hand. Women can do anything... and have fun doing it. 

Danielle Ashley | Hunter


Southern Ontario

Danielle grew up in Orangeville, ON and has always been an outdoors person with currently owning 4 horses, 2 thoroughbred ex race horses and 2 quarter horses.  Danielle is currently retraining her favorite one straight off the track, so during some of her downtime, she works with him. 

Over the next few months she participated in deer, and  joined Amanda Lynn as part of her TV show that focused on her and first bear hunt. During that week, she learned a lot used that knowledge when she went in for the fall bear hunt and was able to harvest my first big game.  

Danielle's addicted. 

Sami Jo Comiskey | Hunter


Wisconsin, USA 

Sami Jo began hunting and fishing with her father when she was 4 years old! She ended up taking a break for a long time due to bullying because “hunting and fishing is not something girls do” but got back into it once she started high school when her grandmother told her that it doesn’t matter what others think as long as she are happy! 

Sami Jo got back into hunting and fishing and has not looked back! 

Sami Jo  also began shooting when she was about 15 and fell in love with it! She shot her biggest buck to date this year and it truly was the memory of a life time that she got to experience with her father! 

Through the past 9 years Sami Jo has been able to travel the country hunting, fishing, and shooting and have fallen in love with the outdoors community and family and can not wait to see where it takes her next! 

Jessica Bouchard | Hunter


Montreal, Quebec

Jessica is a 24 year old living her best passion, hunting and fishing. 

Jessica has been hunting since a very young age with her grandfather and been hunting since to keep her family tradition going. Growing up, Jessica was poor, so they lived on the meat her grandfather and uncle brought back from hunting. And now, Jessica keeps the same value! She hunts only with her grandfathers 30.06 that he passed down to her, and doesn't hunt for trophy, she hunts because it’s in her nature and it fills up her freezer!

The just hunt crew is very inspiring! Always educating the true meaning of hunting, teaching woman that we can be independent and get outside! Also teaches us that we don’t need to hide our true colours! It would be a honour for Jessica to become an ambassador and spread the word about getting outside and doing what we love best! 

Sherri Usselman | Hunter



Sherri Usselman was born and raised on a grain farm in Central Saskatchewan where she still visits every day to look after her 80+ farm animals.

Having a Father with a hunting/trapping/fishing background was a definite influence in Sherri's life. 

Besides the gophers and blackbirds that were "hunted" around the farm with her older brother, the passion really took off after the first Mule deer doe was taken when Sherri was a teenager.

Since then the game list has included whitetail deer, wild boar, zebra, red stag, impala,  caribou and bear (just to name a few) and the destinations travelled to fill those tags start right at home and go throughout the US, to New Zealand, Argentina and 2 trips to South Africa (with a 3rd in the works for summer 2019.

Whether it's checking trail cameras, looking for shed antlers or focusing on the next wildlife season, it's safe to say that Sherri lives for the great outdoors.

Marisa King | Hunter


Southern Ontario


Marisa has a passion for the outdoors, hunting & promoting a field to table lifestyle for her family. 

Growing up in Southwestern Ontario, she had always had a passion for the outdoors. But it wasn’t until she met her husband in 2010 that she was introduced to hunting. All it took was one turkey hunt and she was hooked. 

Marisa’s goal is to encourage women to get outdoors and try new things. 

Hunting is not just a mans sport, and when women empower each other, amazing things can happen. She believed ‘Just Hunt’ is a great way to share this message. 

Krystle Allison | Hunter


Centre Wellington, Ontario

Krystle attended a Range Day in August 2017 with no idea what to expect but knew Amanda Lynn and her reputation for organizing events. 

"It was amazing and basically life changing. I was hooked." 

Less than a year after that first Range Day, Krystle has successfully harvested her first black bear, and she did it on her own. #JUSTHUNT is definitely something that has made a huge impact on her life and will have forever changed it.

Just Hunt® Junior Crew

Sydney Martin


Southern Ontario

Sydney wants to be a part of the just hunt crew to help promote the outdoors with hunting, fishing and shooting sports.  Sydney enjoys going out with her parents for off-road adventures as well as participating as much as she can in the hunt. You will often find her in the tree-stand beside her dad watching and learning, or in a duck blind patiently waiting for a flock to come in. 

Sydney is currently practicing shooting with her single shot .22, along with learning about firearm safety.  She would like to share her knowledge with her fellow peers.   Her future goals are to take her hunter apprenticeship safety program as well as she is currently saving her money for her first shotgun this fall so she can start practicing shotgun shooting sports next year.  

Wade Plouffe


Timmins, Ontario

Wade is 12 years old and since he was born he has been in the outdoors, from joining his parents in a bunting bag on a bird hunt, to guiding his friends and family on a fishing trip. Wade has literally grown up out of doors. 

When most kids are watching cartoons in bad weather, he has his TV dialed to Wild TV. On any given day you can find him at his family cottage fishing in his own boat with friends or making plans with his mom and dad to go grouse hunting in the fall. Wade has a hard time to control his excitement when thinking about embarking on the yearly deer hunt with his father and grandfather. Wade is the type of young lad with a very distinct plan, get up, do my chores, and let's go fishing or hunting. 

He is a member of the Timmins Bow Hunters and Archers, where he likes to practice with his family and friends, always up to the challenge to better himself. Many things can be said about Wade, but one main thing is that he loves to share his experiences and expertise with anyone who can benefit from them. 

Wade has asked for a Fishing Derby in his name for his birthday this year, so we introduce to you:  Wade O's Wacky Walleye Derby 

Patton Prescott


 Central Texas

Patton “Tank” is 10 years -old and in the 5th grade for the 2018-2019 school year.  

Patton Tank has grown up hunting and fishing; taking his first deer at four years old. If he could be in the outdoors hunting every day, he would. He enjoys being out in the field, hunting, scouting, and prepping for the next season. For Patton, it does not matter if he is hunting deer, pigs, bobcats, or rattlesnakes, he has a great command for what he is doing and loves to share his experiences with others. Patton is a member of the Somerville County 4-H Archery team and is training for his first bow hunt.

Patton keeps a journal on his hunting experiences and is in the process of writing a fiction book about a wild hunting adventure. He is well known at school for writing hunting short stories, technical writings on how to field dress a deer, and since kindergarten declared that he wants to be a professional hunter. He has checked-out every book in his school library on hunting or on animals at least once.

He loves being a part of the hunt even if he is not on the gun. Helping out by filming, spotting, or just being supportive, he is great hunting partner. He is a leader in the classroom, on the sports field, and in the outdoors. Patton is constantly learning new hunting skills, survival skills, and field craft as he grows into the hunter he desires to become.Are your customers raving about you on social media? Share their great stories to help turn potential customers into loyal ones.

Patterson Prescott


Central Texas

Patterson “Wook” is eight years-old and entered 2nd grade in 2018.

Patterson Wook chases his big brother Patton every day and pushes him to be better in all aspects of life. He constantly tries to outdo anything his brother does. Wook is an old soul with a quick wit, who provides comedic relief anytime he sees an opening. He has never met a stranger and loves to put on a show. He enjoys making people smile and has a big heart.

Wook is outdoors enthusiast with a passion for hunting and for anything he can do better than his brother. He took his first whitetail deer at age four and has taken game every hunting season since. He is a quick learner and picks up on the little things that most people overlook. Patterson likes the challenge of the hunt and his face lights up like no other when he is successful. His favorite saying is “Buck Down”.

Wook loves being out in the field during the hunt, being around hunters, and listening when people are telling their hunting stories. He enjoys sharing his experiences with others and just being at deer camp hanging out. Early morning naps in a blind and getting settled in his bunk in the cabin after a hard day of hunting are two of his favorite activities.