The hunt has traditionally been a man’s sport, but times are changing. For outdoor women, it’s part of the “Me Too” movement in which they want to participate equally in the fun and excitement of hunting. The hunt industry has embraced the concept of women hunting by creating products specifically for them. Prois sells a full line of hunting gear specifically for women and companies such as Alps support “Catch the Fever” an initiative that helps bring non-hunting members into the fold.
In this video Sarah relates what it was like growing up as an animal lover in a hunting family. She didn’t understand the relationship between the hunt and conservation, a situation shared by many urban men and women. Here’s her story in her own words: