Companies are beginning to produce scent-free makeup and other beauty products for women who hunt
Illinois – Johnna Kerres
Killing your first deer with a bow is probably one of the best feelings in the world, and not being able to find it is definitely one of the worst.
Practicing real hunting scenarios before the archery deer season to gain confidence.
So far the journey to bow season has been one filled with fun, frustration, and firsts.
In a recent blog post I talked about the trials and tribulations of finding hunting gear for women, especially at an affordable price.
While shooting my bow in the backyard recently, I knocked one item off of my bucket list: shooting a “Robin Hood”.
With bow season roughly three months away, there is much to be done: from scouting, to hanging tree stands, to investing in the appropriate clothing.
Yards from a fox, at the top of a mountain, in the bottom of a lush green valley with a river running through it – that is how I recently spent my days.
After work commitments interfered with my original plans, I was finally able to make it to a 3-D shoot with my husband.
Growing up one sure sign of summer was weekend 3-D shoots with my dad, sister, and dear family friend Jim.
My sister and I hit the open road for a little bonding and drove up to Madison, Wisconsin to check out the 2015 Deer and Turkey Expo.
Practicing after three days of arm workouts may not be the best idea
Johnna Kerres resides in the Quad Cities and has been involved with hunting and the outdoors since birth