She Hunts Skills Camp

Develop Skills & Build Confidence

Our Next Camp is March 14-18 2019


We would love to have you join us at the Recordbuck Ranch in Utopia Texas March 14-18 2019, Click below to reserve your spot. 

Our Next Camp is March 14-18 2019

The goal of this camp is to share our passion and knowledge for hunting with other women in orderto grow and foster more females to join the outdoor family. 

Accomodiations, Food, Seminars, Evening Entertainment and Gear (for use during Camp) are included. 

For more information and to register for our June 21-25 camp please contact Brittany and Shannon 

Learn the following from Brittany, Shannon and Special Guests on Behalf of our Sponsors

  • Gun Handling, Safety, Maintenance, Engineering.
  • Archery 
  • Long Range Shooting 
  • Mounting Scope / Box & Bore Sighting 
  • Range Sight In
  • Shotgun Shooting
  • Dangerous Game with double barrel Krieghoff rifle
  • Shooting Rest Methods 
  • Importance of Conservation and Ethics of hunting
  • Field Dressing / Butchering/ preparing trophy for taxidermy
  • Wild Game Cooking/ Smoking Tutorial
  • Basic Hunting skills – spot and stalk, stand, glassing, ranging, wind, sun
  • Animal ID-North America & Exotic
  • Important Hunting Gear and Accessories
  • Wilderness Medicine & Survival 
  • Campfire Stories
  • Sunset game drives in open air jeeps that resemble those used in an African Safari 

Special Pricing & Offers

Each Lady will receive VIP pricing from our sponsors from 10 - 50% off along with a jam packed swag bag valued at approximately $1500 full of Hunting essentials for your next adventure.

$2500.00 USD Per Person **Price includes Lodging, Meals, Classes, and the use  of Gear, Guns, Scopes and Accessories. 

Check, and e-transfer accepted.

Our Sponsors

Education makes a difference in wildlife conservation. Sportsmen and women, avid in their passion of the outdoors, pass on their knowledge to peers and young people to continue our outdoor heritage.  What better way to learn about the outdoors and nature than by attending educational programs and workshops that not only focus on conservation education but demonstrate how to use the outdoors and nature as a classroom?