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bassNspear

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My wife goes slug hunting with us every year. And 4 years ago, we went out and got her everything that she would need for hunting deer.

Im thinking of going to get her something new for the upcoming season. Have any of you Ladies seen anything new out there for deer hunting that Ladies can't go without?

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bns, the hottest appearel on the womens forum seems to be pink camo. whistlelaughcrazy now only if it would be legal. seriously, i really dont know what a gal deer hunter would like, best leave that to the ladies.

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ya i know, but she loves to deer hunt, and i think it would be fitting to get her somethign for that.

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I think several years ago there were some pictures of pink guns...might have been some other suggestions. I can't remember if it was the Womens forum or the hunting forum. Maybe you could do a forum search.

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I have seen pink Rem 870s at least i was pretty sure they were 870s

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I knew it was out there...Pink Gun Cases? ...page 11 of this forum. crazy

Not much info with it though.

And if you want to see other stuff, this forum goes back to 01.

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If I remember correctly, pink guns and pink bags were offensive to the ladies here. Guess it really depends on your wife. I would never ever buy one sick but she might like it.

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I like pink. It compliments my coloring! blushsmile Such a girlie thing to say huh? grin

I personally have never used a pink fishing rod. I don't think it would make me less of a fishergirl though. It's just that when they market these "pink" items, it doesn't usually say alot about quality workmanship, sensitivity or quality materials. Find me a pink rod that's as nice as some of my Jason Mitchell ones and I'll give it a try though.

Sorry BnS, I don't hunt at this time. I've got nothing new to recommend for you to get her. I did find a site called Camo Diva that's quite interesting. Cabela's also has great stuff that actually FIT women too.

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Hey Lisa I checked out the Camo Diva. Looks pretty cool

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My nieces have all they need, but love to just have someone take time and shoot with them.

Take your wife to a shooting range and practice. Maybe give some more pointers on hunting?

Or, go for a walk in the woods before season and have a picnic.

Clean her gun. Wash all the hunting clothes....

Just some ideas....

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I would suggest some new warm undergarments. Not sure what she already has - but I would appreciate some of the better quality long underwear sets for women. I enjoy hunting/fishing MUCH better if I am comfortable and I'm fairly certain she does too. I also have a hard time keeping my feet warm so I'm going to try some of the wick socks I've heard about on here. If she hunts in a stand, maybe one of the newer ones that have the cloth around it(to hide some of the movement) or one more comfortable than she has now. I know there are alot of new styles of stands out.

Good Luck on the new items and also on you both getting a nice deer.

By the way - do NOT buy her anything pink for deer hunting, save that for at home. smile

Vickie

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If you don't have a far walk to the deer stand a set of Cabelas down long johns are great on those cold mornings with a set of Under Armour wicking long johns as the first layer.

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thanks all for the help

Lisa, you need to start to get into hunting!

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Lisa, you need to start to get into hunting!
Maybe, but then I'd just probably get some used and abused hand-me-down gun, right?! winkwinkgringrin (Sorry Hammer Handle-couldn't resist! grin)

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I have a feeling Jim would hook you up with something real nice!

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handover, just work him to get a nice gun

PINK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I thought i would post this just incase someone would be interested. Saw a company forwomens' hunting clothes.( designed and made by a gal that owns her own company). do a search for she safari.

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del, that co. has some nice looking stuff. Their camowear is actually pretty flattering. Thanks!

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Maybe some new cookwear so she can make lots of good stuff to eat at deer camp.

No seriosly, anything that would keep her warmer, would keep her happier.

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