Thank you to all of our subscribers! Rita S. is the winner (picked by random.org) of the Bang Bang Boutique giveaway. Congratulations! The WON is kicking off a brand spankin’, shiny new, weekly newsletter for our email subscribers! You can expect to receive one email per week with all of our posts compiled in this […]
One of our Gear Court reviewers loves her Stormy Kromer hat and it seems with this spate of bad weather settling in across the country, this would be a great investment for you, too. And, our advertiser, Hanks Clothing, is offering it on sale and with free shipping. And, read the history of the hat and thanks to Stormy’s wife … who sewed the first one!
A quiet dynamo. Those words describe editor Karen Lee at the National Wild Turkey Federation. Read her answers to The WON’s standard two-question interview and also, discover about her little business on the side that will be incorporated into some future NWTF Hunting Heritage banquets, and we can hardly wait to smell the results.
When the weather turns colder and you just gotta fish, you may want to invest the time and effort to ice fish. Naomi Shapiro gives helpful tips and techniques for ice fishing, and throws in a few choice spots in the north central Midwest locale for you to consider. See this week’s Fishing Line for Naomi’s expert advice.
The WON welcomes new gear review gal Jody Narantic, aka The Hunter’s Wife. Jody’s sense of humor combines with her honest opinion on anything having to do with hunting or fishing. Read her debut review of Acorn socks from Hanks Clothing.
With an eye for detail, Shoot to Thrill contributor and outdoor photographer Kathryn Nazzaro describes a recent trip to the bird-watching woods where she found two finches munching on pine cones. Read about how she captured their feeding habits on camera.
It’s show time for fishing writer Naomi Shapiro, who debuts in this week’s The Fishing Line category with a story of triumph over a fishing floating thingey in Alaska on what appears to a little trip of Heaven. And, she’ll reveal her fishy sources.
This week’s focus for “My Job … My Outdoors” shines on Marsha Petrie Sue, the “Muhammad Ali” of personal development, leadership and communications. Not only does this outdoors gal spend time volunteering for various philanthropic organizations and conservation groups, she also hunts, fishes, hikes and oh yeah, she writes best selling books.
We don’t have to be equal in all publications. Babbs took a little heat for her approval of the new Turkey Country magazine’s combining women’s news with its other specialty publications. She elaborates on why sometimes it’s all right to be separate and not equal, and sometimes, it’s just better to be equal.
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