DOW planning outdoor classes for women only
A dog is said to be man’s best friend, but a man’s bestest friend is the person he goes hunting/fishing/camping with.
The Division of Wildlife and hundreds of would-be bestest friends already know this.
That’s why recent advances in women-oriented outdoor classes are so popular.
Those wives/girlfriends/partners want to share the fun but they also know the worst way to learn is from what’s-his-name.
The DOW is hosting two women’s cast-and-blast weekends over the next month or so, free and educational.
Leave what’s-his-name at home, with the dog.
WHAT: Women-only one-day and two-day seminars in fly-fishing and shotgun fundamentals.
WHERE: Kremmling and the Jim Olterman/Lone Cone State Wildlife Area near Norwood.
WHEN: Kremmling — 8:30 a.m. until mid-afternoon Saturday (June 26); Lone Cone — 5 p.m. July 23 through 1 p.m. July 25. Space is limited. Registration deadline is July 2.
HOW: All fishing/archery/shooting equipment is furnished. Lunch at Kremmling is $15; Lone Cone asks a $40 refundable deposit, bring your own camping gear to Lone Cone.