Have you ever considered ice fishing? Follow the ladies of Women Ice Angler Project, they just checked in.
Have you always wanted to brave the cold and catch some fish? Our Reeling the Globe’s Anietra Hamper travels to northern Ohio to ice fish.
If you’re a recreational boater you need to know these safety tips about boat lighting.
Are you an Adventuress? Would you like to be? Did you know there is a free online magazine just for you?
Have you ever considered ice angling? This event might be your chance!
Our friends across the pond have some exciting fly fishing events scheduled.
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Get rid of the winter blues and head outside with Becoming an Outdoors-Women!
Have you seen the nominees for the Outdoor Channel and Sportsman Channel 16th Annual Outdoor Sportsman Awards?
Want to learn more about fishing right on the waters of the Gulf Coast? Check out the Ladies, Let’s Go Fishing! event.
Mia Anstine talks about some of her favorite Christmas gifts, including RMEF silver antler earrings and a Stormy Kromer hat.
Want to learn to ice fish? Find out more about the organization Wisconsin Women Fish and its project. Includes a video.
Ready to roll out to an all-women’s event featuring outdoor skills? How about January in Arizona? Check out this Becoming an Outdoors-Woman weekend do.
Want to learn to ice fish? If you’re in Minneapolis or Milwaukee this month, check out these Wisconsin Women Fish sponsored events.
If you’d like to find a woman’s organization that fishes, this website is for you.
Want to fish in the ocean? Sounds like quite an adventure for November. Set for the 14th on one of our fav places in the world! Half Moon Bay!
Mother Nature didn’t completely cancel this event. Find out what happened.
Guest blogger Hollis Lumpkin tells you what you need if you want to try this exciting method of fishing.
Congrats to Sue Cocking, who will keep anglers apprised of fishing opportunities and provide stories in her new blog.
Congrats to Patsy Ishlyama, who has been very active in Trout Unlimited’s movement to expand its reach.