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Participation in activities outdoors provides you with the opportunity to expand your horizons and learn valuable life lessons that will serve them well beyond their chapter in life. We want you to be able to have fun and enjoy the outdoors with your peers, but at the same time lay a solid foundation of skills and knowledge which you may build on for the rest of your life. The ultimate goal for this program is to provide an opportunity for YOU to get outdoors, learn about your heritage and carry it forward.
Registration deadline is April 1, 2023
Take Me Hunting - Deer, Waterfowl and Fishing - September 30 - October 1, 2023 - Battersea, ON - Register Here:
Take Me Hunting - Deer - October 7 & 8, 2023 - Battersea, ON - Register Here:
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We want to help you to succeed. We believe the morals and values you will develop from participating in the outdoors will carry forth throughout all other aspects of your life while keeping our hunting heritage alive.
The NEXT STEP IN HUNTING. You asked for it and we are ready to deliver, we believe in you and are proud to be able to mentor our future. If you don't have anyone to show you, how are you going to learn? Hunting Mentor and Education.
Take Me Hunting Outfitters is hands-on hunting with getting out on the field and learning how to be successful on your hunt, introducing specific hunts.
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Some tips and ideas on what to bring, what is needed for the TAKE ME HUNTING WEEKEND.
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Not only was the weekend itself fun and educational, but you are facilitating a meeting place for women. You are inspiring us to go out and Just Hunt.
Women are different, we don't yet have the same opportunities (for many of us) to be able freely hunt like men and to be taken seriously. At a gun store it's harder to get support, we all know it's harder to find decent clothing gear and in hunting circles we still are just not taken as seriously as the guys. In the end, a weekend like this empowers women. It gave us confidence, a safe place to learn without judgement (there were no stupid questions) and it provided - most of all - a network.
A "Take me Hunting" weekend sets up the groundwork for something so much bigger. It's creating a safe access way for women to get into hunting - on their own, to form friendships and to encourage us; that we too, can do what our guys are out doing - without them, if we choose. We talked about gear, guns and experiences without being judged and for women, THAT is important. There are many women out there who just have no "club" to belong to, don't know where to start, or how to have their hunting own adventure outside of their partners or the men around us. There is a generation of girls/ladies/women who need this.
Our group may have been your first, but don't let these two weekends be your last! I encourage you to continue to do this over and over. Its value is far more reaching than I think you know. It's a stepping stone into changing the industry and for those who need a push to forge their own roads into hunting.
Amanda Lynn, I can see you starting fires in women to start their own camps and weekends away. Which in the end, enables us to "Just Hunt".