From the Women Bowhunters Association
-- Members of the Women Bowhunters Association met Nov. 12-15 at Master Rack Lodge, Union Springs, Ala., for their first annual Does and Arrows bow hunt. Members had opportunity to harvest white-tailed deer, hogs, fox, coyotes and bobcats at the lodge. Four does were taken during the weekend hunt.
Photo: Women Bowhunters Association members attending the Nov. 12-15 Does and Arrows hunt included, from left, Carolyn Finlayson, Kay Simpson, Luanne Henkel, DeMaris Hughes, Linda Owen, Michelle Ashmore, Benita Crittendon, Rebecca Gicewicz, Kate Pugh, Florella Crouch and Dawn Singleton.
The association is a grassroots organization that encourages participation of all women hunters, whether they are seasoned veterans or are making their first trip into the deer woods. The organization promotes wildlife conservation, fair chase and ethical hunting practices. Seasoned hunters mentor women new to bowhunting.
More information can be obtained from the group’s website at www.womenbowhuntersassociation.com.