In a “world of men”, women did not hunt in the past, they looked after the homes and did the cooking and housework.
Society is constantly changing, as we can see in different aspects of our modern lives.
Women are becoming more involved in the so called “Men’s world” and way of life.
It doesn’t matter how women develop an interest for hunting. It can be a family tradition or from their husbands or partners.
Of course you can use rifles, shotguns or even bows. Nature does not discriminate between the sexes, therefore it is obvious that women can also enjoy this nobel art.
We can consider the Viking women for example, they had to hunt when their men were away on raiding trips. So from this example we can clearly see that men did not always enjoy the privilege of hunting. In the Viking culture women were considered to be equals.
Without the inclusión of women, hunting still has a primitive stereotyped image, focused on men.
That is why equality should be present in all thoughts, abandoning the idea of the inferior sex.
We heartily welcome ladies to participate on our hunting excursions.