Autumn Cabaniss passes Camille Warner a moose-kabob. Trying to collect some venison for healthier eating is the main reason several women gave for attending the Lumber River Outdoors Women in the Wild Whitetail Hunt.
Autumn Cabaniss passes Camille Warner a moose-kabob. Trying to collect some venison for healthier eating is the main reason several women gave for attending the Lumber River Outdoors Women in the Wild Whitetail Hunt. Mike Marsh
Autumn Cabaniss passes Camille Warner a moose-kabob. Trying to collect some venison for healthier eating is the main reason several women gave for attending the Lumber River Outdoors Women in the Wild Whitetail Hunt. Mike Marsh

Women’s hunting group goes after Whitetail deer

December 16, 2015 4:06 PM

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