BOW

A Becoming an Outdoors-Woman participant holds up a crayfish she caught in a Prescott Lake. Participants learned crayfish will eat just about anything you put in a trap, but especially like cat food, raw chicken and hot dogs.

The September Becoming an Outdoors-Woman (BOW) workshop is now accepting registrations. BOW introduces women to outdoor skills in a non-threatening environment with patient enthusiastic instructors. Classes are held during the day, and the evenings and mornings are filled with fun and entertainment like bird walks, yoga, fly tying, night fishing and presentations.

Interested in learning about firearms? Take aim in rifle marksmanship, learn the proper way to mount and fire a shotgun. How about handguns? We have a class on the range, one to learn the proper maintenance and we will even help you figure out what handgun is best for you.

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