By Kerrin Brinkman | April 19 2012 07:54

Women On Target Hunts logo on NRAblog Attention all huntresses! The wildly popular Women On Target® Hunt Program has added two more hunts to the 2012 fall line-up of excursions. Whether you're a seasoned huntress or looking to head out into the field for the first time, the Women On Target® Hunts Program has exciting hunts for women of all skill levels and interests, and the newest additions are sure to please!

For ladies with a love of waterfowl hunting, a new Duck Hunt in Sumner, Missouri is scheduled for November 7-9. This excursion will take place at the beautiful Habitat Flats Hunting Lodge, voted one of the Top 5 Hunting Lodges in North America by Field & Stream Magazine. The prime location of this hunt is known as the "Golden Triangle" by waterfowl enthusiasts. The Fountain Grove Conservation Area, Swan Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Grand Pass Conservation Area, the Dalton Cutoff, and the Missouri River surround these hunting grounds and are home to staggering number of birds.

Meals are included, with dinner catered by the Pear Tree Restaurant, a five-star restaurant recently inducted into the Missouri Restaurant Hall of Fame. This world-class hunting trip includes the very best in hunting, accomodations, and relaxation. Book your spot early - this excursion is limited to just ten lucky huntresses and you won't want to miss out on this piece of waterfowler's heaven.

The second hunt added to the list of fall excursions is a Whitetail Doe, Hog, Coyote and Bobcat Hunt. Scheduled for November 9-11, 2012, this exciting combo hunt is taking place at the Oklahoma Trophy Ranch near Allen, Oklahoma. With a guide to hunter ratio of 1:1, huntresses are sure to meet their limits of up to three whitetail does, two hogs, and unlimited numbers of coyote and bobcat. Space is limited to eight women, so don't wait to book!

Visit the Women On Target® Hunt Program website to learn more and see a full listing of hunting excursions. New hunts are added frequently, so keep checking back for more updates!

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