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Hunting Team

Curious about what it takes to be on our hunting influencers team? Learn all about DSG's Hunting Brand Ambassador Team below.

Partnerships

Melissa Bachman

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Melissa Bachman is an accomplished hunter with a unique ability to share her love for the great outdoors and all things wild with her passionate fans and viewers. Growing up in a region known to sportsman for its unique blend of hunting and fishing opportunities, Bachman immersed herself in a central Minnesota lifestyle filled with options. Decisions regarding which tree stand to hunt before school or if she’d have better luck on snow geese were just some of the decisions a young woman had to make.

Surrounded by a family filled with love and mentors galore, Bachman pursued her academic life with the very same tenacity she approached her passion for hunting. After graduating with honors and armed with a degree in television broadcasting, and another in Spanish, from St Cloud State University, Melissa set her sights on a career in outdoor television.

She began as a TV intern, and within months was offered a position as a full time producer where she traveled the country filming, producing and writing shows with a variety of incredible hunters on some fantastic adventures. Although close to her dream job, Bachman truly longed to be the one outwitting her prey, and squeezing the trigger. So she spent every spare moment of her free time arduously filming and editing her own hunts. Finally, with time, patience and persistence, Melissa got some solid shows into the right hands and her wish became reality.

Now she spends over 300 days a year in the field hunting the globe and producing her series Winchester Deadly Passion, a top-notch, adrenaline-pumping hunting show now in its ninth season on Sportsman Channel airing every Sunday morning at 11:30am ET.

Website:  http://melissabachman.com/ 
Instagram:  http://instagram.com/melissa_bachman 
Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/WinchesterDeadlyPassion
Twitter:  https://twitter.com/MelissaBachman

Adriana Armstrong

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With her passion for hunting and her fun-loving spirit, sixteen year old Adriana Armstrong of Elizabethtown, Illinois is already making quite a name for herself in the outdoor world.  Adriana currently holds the record for the youngest girl to complete a turkey grand slam in one season at barely 7 years old. Adriana has been the subject of several magazine and online articles. She has appeared on 7 nationally aired shows and most recently, Adriana and her sister, Alli, began their own TV series called Grace Camo and Lace. Their show airs on the Sportsman Channel during the first and second quarters of the year. 

Adriana started hunting at the age of 5. At the age of 6 she took her first whitetail deer and turkey. Since then, Adriana has traveled around North America hunting turkey, whitetail deer, elk, mountain lion, bobcat, and black bear. Adriana also shoots competitive archery in the S3DA and ASA organizations. In 2017, Adriana won the Outdoor 3D Illinois State Championship and the Outdoor 3D National Championship in S3DA. In 2018, she won the Indoor and Outdoor 3D Illinois State Championship and placed 4th in the Outdoor 3D National Championship in S3DA.  Adriana has already been recruited as a guest shooter at Southeastern Illinois College, where she is currently taking online courses to get a head-start on her college education.  

Aleah Wozniak

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12 year old Aleah Wozniak has literally grown up in the outdoors. Before she was old enough to walk, she was tagging along with her Dad, David, as he would check trail cameras or look for shed antlers.  Soon they were sharing ground blinds and tree stands together.   She started hunting when she was 5 years old, and harvested her first deer when she was 6.  By the time she was 10, she had taken almost 20 whitetails, including 5 bucks from her home state of Ohio scoring over 145”, an Alaskan black bear by bow, and a beautiful New Mexico bull elk.Filming all their hunts together over the years, Aleah and her dad have shared incredible memories that will last a lifetime.  As Aleah puts it, “I have been so lucky to share all these experiences with my dad.  He’s more than just my hunting buddy, he’s also my best friend.”Filming for so many years has given Aleah valuable experience both in front of, as well as behind, the camera lens.  In 2019, she started her own digital project, “My Story, With Aleah”, hoping to inspire others, especially kids, to become involved with hunting and the outdoors. “Hunting is more than   something I do, it’s part of me, it’s who I am, especially bowhunting.  I love sharing my passion for the outdoors with others, especially kids, and want to do my part to help grow the hunting and outdoor lifestyle I’ve been so blessed to grow up with”.To help with her project, Aleah has teamed with some wonderful partners, including DSG Outerwear, Realtree, Hoyt Archery, Apex Gear, Easton Archery, Backwoods Attraction, and Browning Trail Cameras. Shooting her bow, scouting and hunting take up most of Aleah’s free time, but she also enjoys camping with her family, playing basketball and hanging out with her friends!

Alli Armstrong

alli.jpegAlli Armstrong Vaughan of Southern Illinois is a seasoned hunter and a two-time 3D Archery National Champion. Alli started hunting squirrels at the age of 5 with her father, Darrick, and was hooked from that day forward. At age 6, she began turkey hunting and harvested two double bearded turkeys. In the fall of the same year, she managed to take her first deer. At the age of 10, Alli took her first elk in New Mexico which was a nice 6x5 bull. Alli’s passion for hunting increased as she got older. She has traveled to many states and British Columbia to pursue various species of turkey, whitetail deer, coyote, bobcat, bear, antelope, mule deer, ibex, and elk. 

Alli is working on the sixth season of her and her sister's show, Grace Camo and Lace, which airs on the Sportsman Channel, Hunt Channel TV, and MOTV. She also writes for various hunting magazines such as North American Whitetail. Alli has co-authored a book with Brenda Potts called Hunting Dream Jobs. In 2017, Alli received the Safari Club International Young Hunter Award.

Alli graduated from Southeastern Illinois College (SIC) with Associate of Arts and Associate of Science Degrees along with certificates in Accounting, Business Management, and Outdoor Recreation in 2016. In 2017, she graduated from Southern New Hampshire University, where she obtained a Bachelor's Degree in Communications with an emphasis in Public Relations. 

After graduating, Alli worked as the Head Archery Coach, Outdoor Recreation Instructor, and Institutional Advancement Controller/Accountant at SIC for over three years. In 2020, Alli married her husband, Jacob Vaughan. Presently, they reside in Oklahoma as Jacob is a Fighter Pilot in the United States Air Force.

Ambassadors

Rachelle Hedrick - Lead Ambassador/Team Manager

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Growing up, Rachelle Hedrick was an outdoor-loving, farm-living, little tomboy. Her father was an avid outdoorsman, who sadly lost his battle with cancer when Rachelle was very young. It wasn’t until she met her husband, Josh, in 2007 that she realized hunting and fishing were in her blood and came very natural to her. She always tells everyone that when she met Josh, he put a bow in her one hand and a fly rod in the other, and they’ve been adventuring together ever since.

Rachelle owns her own Graphic Design business, and also works part time for DSG Outerwear, a women’s hunting and outdoor apparel line. She manages the partnerships and pro team, runs social media, and helps with design projects.

Rachelle and Josh also own Smoke Hole Outfitters, located at their family owned log cabin business called Smoke Hole Resort, nestled in the beautiful Appalachian Mountains of “Almost Heaven” West Virginia. (www.smokehole.com). Here they spawn and raise their own trout, offering a Catch ‘n Keep Trout Pond and their private Catch ‘n Release Trophy Trout Stream, as well as fly fishing lessons for beginners. Josh and Rachelle also take pride in raising, training and hunting some of the best bloodlines of bear hounds in the Appalachians. When they’re not elbow deep in trout or managing the resort, you can find them hosting long range shooting schools, manicuring food plots, checking trail cameras, or planning their next adventure.

Some of Rachelle’s most memorable trips have been her “Huntingmoon” to New Zealand in March of 2010. They had planned on spending lots of time fly fishing, but instead ended up bringing home a white fallow deer, along with 2 Gold Plus Medal archery Red Stags. At the time, Rachelle’s 416” Red Stag ranked #14 in the world with Safari Club International. She also held the record for the #1 largest archery Red Stag harvested by a woman. Aside from being avid turkey, whitetail and black bear hunters, they’ve both harvested Dall sheep from the Yukon, Barbary sheep from New Mexico, Mt. Lions from Colorado.

Rachelle is focused on the things she enjoys most about being an advocate for conservation. She is dedicated to making it a natural way of life, livelihood, and sharing it with others as well as educating our youth. Guiding youth on their first turkey or bear hunt has brought more tears of joy to her eyes than she has ever experienced harvesting an animal for herself. Sharing in moments like these are what fuels her passion.

Smoke Hole Outfitters
Email: rachelle@smokehole.com
Instagram: @rachellehedrick

Alyssa Hall

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Hey y’all, I’m Alyssa Hall. I’m twenty-four years old and I live in South Alabama where I hunt whitetail, turkey, hogs, and predators throughout the year. When I am not in the woods, you can catch me on the water either fishing, noodling, or bowfishing! 

My love for the outdoors does not stem from tradition or habit, as I was not raised by this lifestyle. In fact, I wasn’t introduced to this way of life until I was twenty years old... and I have my (now) husband to thank for that introduction. If it weren’t for him and his tremendous amount of patience, I would not have made any of the incredible memories that I have experienced over the last four years.

Over these past few years I have learned that the best way to become self-aware is to try new things, and this lifestyle provides me with the perfect opportunity to do just that — as each season brings on new adventures, new challenges, and new memories that will last me a lifetime.

Beka Garris

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I was born and raised in a small town in Northern NJ and grew up hunting and fishing. 

I became obsessed with the outdoors at a young age and went along in my first hunt with my dad at the age of 7. I was immediately hooked. 

I became an avid bowhunter in my teenage years and since then I have become a self taught traditional bowhunter and love to bowfish.

I enjoy all things outdoors and also love cooking what I hunt, gather and grow. I currently live on a small homestead in Ohio with my husband and daughter.

Brittany Jill

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I started hunting 8 years ago and fell in love after i got my first turkey! Since then I've hunted whitetail deer, turkeys, elk, alligators, ducks, geese, pheasants, and hogs.  I even bought a duck dog so I didn't need to wait on the guys to go out waterfowl hunting.  Kip and I love to out out and hunt by ourselves!

I grew up fishing and ice fishing, and just love doing anything outdoors.    For work, I manage the social media pages for GSM Outdoors (Stealth Cam, Walkers, Muddy, NAP, Hawk, and many more) 

My favorite DSG piece is the Ava set.  I am used to hunting and ice fishing in Illinois and Wisconsin where it gets pretty cold.  I love having this set because it fits me perfectly and actually keeps me warm!

Jennifer Danella

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Jenn Danella is a sportswoman from Pennsylvania. She is an enthusiast for all things outdoors. She was introduced to the outdoors through fishing at a young age from her father. When she was in high school, she asked him if he’d take her hunting with him. The two of them went pheasant hunting with their dog and never flushed a pheasant, but it was a day she’d never forget. Since then, she knew she really enjoyed spending her time like that. Hunting and fishing now take up her entire life but she also enjoys hiking, camping, cooking, and of course, spending time with her pups! I guess you could say she aims to be a jack-of-all-trades when it comes to the outdoors. She will try any type of hunting, but turkey hunting is her absolute favorite! A major part of hunting for her is getting to watch her dogs work. She has beagles that hunt rabbits and a lab that fetches ducks and works pheasants. Her bond with her hunting dogs is so strong. They are family to her!

Today, she tries to use her social media pages to be a role model for young women by showing that women can be an asset to the hunting community through skill and knowledge without flaunting themselves. To her it’s all about keeping it real.

Keri Asher

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I’m 26, my name is Keri Asher and I’m a proud Oklahoman born and raised. I’m a big time whitetail and waterfowl hunter, I also share a passion for fishing from bow-fishing to snagging to bass fishing- I love it all! If I’m not out hunting or fishing I like spending my free time in the gym. I try to always have fun and appreciate the opportunities I’ve been blessed with to enjoy what I love and constantly remember we wouldn’t be here to enjoy them if wasn’t for the man above!

Ricca Retzloff

 

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My name is Ricca Retzloff.  I grew up on a dairy farm in Wisconsin.  Growing up on a small farm, hunting and fishing is what my parents did to provide for our family.   As I got old enough to understand the importance of the outdoor lifestyle I started tagging along fishing and whitetail hunting.  When I turned 12 I finally got to hunt whitetail.  My first time I was able to harvest a doe.  At the end of the hunting season my family (aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends) would all get together and process and package the deer together. That is a memory that has always carried with me. After that first hunt I was hooked. 

My passion grew from there. I’ve continued adding to experiences. I’ve gain a strong passion for archer hunting, pheasant hunting, mule deer, and  predator control.  My next goal is to do an elk hunt.  

If I am not hunting you can catch me outside fishing or capturing outdoor lifestyles and wildlife through photography.  I also spend time with the local pheasants forever team to run youth events and community events to raise awareness and to gets kids involved in the outdoors.  

Instagram: instagram.com/rretzloff  

Stephanie Ray

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My name is Stephanie Ray and I reside in southern Michigan on an all sports lake. My Dad got me into fishing as soon as I could hold a fishing pole, and I was introduced to bowhunting by a friend in 2009. I bought a used bow, practiced until I felt confident, and 1 week later on my first hunt I arrowed the first Michigan whitetail that came into range. I didn’t realize how much I still had to learn, nor how enthralled I would be with the hunting and outdoors lifestyle. That season I also bought my first shotgun, and since then, there has been no turning back. I hunt geese, ducks, squirrel, rabbit, turkey, hogs, and coyotes; typically whatever is in season. I also enjoy bowfishing, kayaking, paddleboarding, working out, ice fishing, and riding my jet ski and snowmobile. I ran mid-distance on a track scholarship in college, have my Doctorate Degree in Physical Therapy, and manage a very successful outpatient PT clinic. 

I have been called a positive role model for women who hunt and enjoy the outdoors, and for that, I am honored. I enjoy sharing my experiences and learning from others via Instagram, and am so excited to join the team of amazing women at DSG! 

Instagram @the_gazelle_16 

Pro Staff Members

Allison Voges

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Allison Hunter Voges grew up in the outdoors.  Some of her favorite memories are tagging along on a quail or squirrel hunt with her father, or fishing with her grandparents and cousins out on the pond.  Any other opportunities were spent walking the creek banks or exploring the land on horseback.  After college she took up archery and found a real passion for the sport.  Shortly after picking up her bow she asked a friend to take her on her first whitetail hunt which fueled her enthusiasm for the outdoors.  Now a day, you can find her out hunting and fishing every chance she gets; whether it’s in her home state of Indiana or somewhere else in the US.  Some of her favorite hunts have taken place out on her own, exploring the wild and learning about the amazing animals she pursues.  While she loves the quiet and peace that hunting and fishing brings, she’s even more passionate about sharing her love and enthusiasm for the outdoors with anyone she meets.  Some of Allison’s fondest memories have taken place around the campfire with friends, telling stories about past hunts and dreaming of future adventures.  Her real goal in life is to inspire and encourage other women to step out of their comfort zones and into the great outdoors. 

Ashlea Neill

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The outdoors have always been a special place for Ashlea Neill. Ever since she could walk, she would join her dad while he was hunting. At age 6, she harvested her first deer and turkey, and this started a lifelong passion. At 8 she received her first bow, went to many bow shoots, and killed her first archery deer at age 9. When she was 12, she drew a Colorado rifle elk tag and was able to harvest her first elk opening day. This started a new love for the mountains and chasing bull elk. Every year she spends the majority of the fall in a tree stand or duck blind. 

Hunting is not just a hobby for Ashlea. She spends all year preparing and hunting many different species. Her dream is to go on different hunting adventures, and create lifelong memories. She enjoys chasing every species, from ducks to elk. This year she married her best friend, and they are able to share a passion for hunting. Ashlea loves to introduce new people to hunting or the outdoors in general. Whether it be hunting, fishing, farming, or hiking, you will always find Ashlea in the outdoors. 

Christine Kessler

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Christine grew up and lives in Northern Wisconsin. She hunts and fishes year round in Wisconsin and out of state when able. As she grew up, she learned to love everything that nature has to offer from her dad who is a wildlife biologist and avid outdoorsman. Christine is a member of the National Wild Turkey Foundation, Ruffed Grouse Society, and American Woodcock Society. She has two English Setters, Maggie and Clark, who she spends many hours training using her homing pigeons and hunting alongside for grouse, woodcock, and pheasant. She also enjoys wildlife and outdoor lifestyle photography. In her professional life, she is a pediatric occupational therapist, and finds it very beneficial to include natural elements, experiences, and the outdoors in her interventions for children with special needs.  

Desiree' Turner

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Hey there! My name is Desiree’.  I was born and raised in Southern Utah where I currently reside. My love & passion for everything outdoors knows no bounds, and it is what truly sets my soul on fire! I’ve been hunting & fishing as long as I can remember and was fortunate enough to have been born into it. I grew up on the southwest desert of Utah chasing Chukars with my dad & younger brother, however I didn’t fully understand or even appreciate ALL that hunting stands for and represents until I reached my late 20’s. I have truly been saved by the great outdoors and over the past five years have submerged myself in all it has to offer. I received my first compound bow in 2016 as a college graduation gift from my dad and that is when my passion for archery began. I was fortunate enough to be able to harvest my very first big game animal with it in 2018, a Utah record book pronghorn. I look forward to continuing to make memories hunting with my dad & brother as well as passing along my passion for the outdoors to my children. I feel blessed beyond measure to be a part of DSG. It is so much more than a women’s hunting clothing brand. It is a community of amazing, strong, dedicated, passionate, inspiring, and humble women AND girls who are truly “Doing Something Great.” A community which continues to shape me into a better hunter, daughter, sister, aunt, friend, mother, and most importantly - a better version of my truest self. 

Emily Schaad

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My name is Emily Schaad, and I grew up in a hunting household in Ohio. My dad was a big game guide in Idaho for many years so hunting and wildlife was about the only thing I knew. I hunted my first time at age 12 and harvested my very first buck, which was a nice one at that! From that point on I was hooked. I started bow hunting with a compound at age 13 and never picked up a gun ever again for whitetails. I have now been bow hunting for 15 years! Hunting and wildlife was such a lifestyle for me that I even graduated college with a degree in Wildlife Sciences, have taught myself photography, and enjoy doing hunting/wildlife photography and content creating as much as I do bow hunting. I have travelled out west hunting several times, harvested bear, turkey, and several good whitetails with the bow, including a buck I named “The Freak” that grossed 190 2/8. Bow hunting is such a lifestyle for me, and I continue to push myself to do more, constantly challenge myself to do the impossible, and hope to show other women that it is possible to be independent, self-sufficient, and if you have a dream to not let anyone hold you back! 

Heather Iverson 

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Heather Iverson is a hunter, angler, and trapper from West Michigan. The outdoors has always been a part of her life. As an infant her dad took her steelhead fishing in a backpack carrier, and at 4 began taking her waterfowl hunting. She continued waterfowl hunting all through her childhood with her dad, brother, uncle, and cousins. At 12 she harvested her first ducks and turkey. 

As an adult with her husband and 2 kids, her family all learned how to run a trap line together; which has been a source of many great family memories. Involving the kids in most all hunting, fishing, and trapping adventures has been a great way of staying active outdoors and teaching the kids about the natural world. 
 
Heather hunts squirrel, turkey, and waterfowl. Traps coyote, fox, raccoon, muskrat, mink, beaver, and otter. She loves to fish as well and is happy catching whatever is biting! Aside from hunting, fishing, and trapping she loves camping, kayaking, hiking, snowshoeing, raising quail, gardening, and foraging.
 
She hopes to be an inspiration to other women and mothers to follow their passions and take their kids along for the adventure. 
 
Instagram: heather_iverson_outdoors

Kaitlyn Bowen

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Kaitlin Bowen is a Hydrologic Technician for the United States Geological Survey. She was introduced to the hunting community as a kid having a father as a Taxidermist all her life. She joined her father on hunts and started independently bow hunting whitetails when she turned 17. Since then, she learned to hunt turkey, waterfowl, elk, and alligator. Originally from Long Island, NY and now living in South-Central, New Jersey she finds ways to succeed in hunting primarily along the east coast. She encourages women to start any hobby involving the outdoors and to always keep learning! 

Kaylee Bremer

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My name is Kaylee Bremer and I was born and raised in Michigan. Growing up I was around hunting and fishing all the time because of my dad being a huge outdoorsman! The more I went with him, the more love and respect I gained for the outdoors. He taught me so much from a young age all the way up until now! I am also super lucky to have my soon to be husband Keegan, who is also an avid outdoorsman that’s taught me a lot too. As soon as I was old enough to be on my own in the woods, that’s where you would find me most of the time! About 5 years ago, when I became confident enough to pull enough poundage to harvest a deer I switched from my crossbow to my compound bow! Bow hunting for whitetail deer is my absolute favorite time of the year, I really love the challenge it brings. I also enjoy turkey hunting and waterfowl hunting! When I’m not hunting you can find me with a fishing pole in my hand! I enjoy salmon fishing on Lake Michigan, walleye fishing on Lake Huron and panfishing on the inland lakes around where I live! I hope to encourage other women to get out in the outdoors and most importantly of all have fun!!

Lauren Preston

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My name is Lauren Preston. I was born and raised in Northeast Wisconsin. I continue to call Wisconsin home and am fortunate enough to be able to hunt and fish this beautiful state. I was raised around hunting and fishing and developed a love for the outdoors at a very young age from my father, who has been an avid outdoors-man his whole life. Inevitably, some of my favorite childhood memories involve him and a bow or gun. I have been shooting a bow since I was four years old, but recently picked up bow-hunting three years ago. It has been a very humbling journey, filled with learning experiences that have made me a better hunter and fueled my addiction for bow-hunting. When I am not busy chasing whitetails or being a full-time dental student, I also enjoy hunting turkeys, upland birds, fishing, or anything else that will get me outdoors. 

Megan Robinson

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My name is Megan Robinson, I’m from west central Indiana. I did not grow up in a hunting family, and it wasn’t until about 10 years ago that I truly started taking an interest. I have always loved fishing and anything outdoors, but the moment I picked up my first bow, everything changed. Over the past 10 years I have taught myself and absorbed all the information I could from fellow hunting friends.

Hunting is important to me for so many reasons, but one thing I love about it most, are the people I get to share it with. I am excited to share with others, especially younger generations, the respect I have for all creatures and the experiences I have gained over the years. 

 Kassandra Agarand

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My name is Kassandra AgarandI am 33 years old, from Saskatchewan Canada. My journey with hunting started later in life but since then I have dedicated every free minute to hunting. As a single parent I started hunting to provide for my daughter and my love for the outdoors grew into new family traditions. I take my soon to be 6-year-old daughter with me at every appropriate opportunity, from waterfowl and upland game hunts, open and hard water fishing, to going out every Sunday in season, checking cameras, setting up blinds and baiting. Next spring will be her first season out to sit with mom for bear. What started out as a solo trial and error journey armed with only my bow and determination quickly led to me teaming up with and being mentored by some of the best and most experienced hunters in Saskatchewan. Hunting primarily with a compound bow I am truly fortunate and have vast opportunity to harvest some amazing and plentiful wild game. Hunting with a bow is something that aligns naturally with my values. Creating a unique experience with nature and the animals I am setting out to hunt. Being up close and personal I can create my own relationship with mother nature, and it is an important and very necessary part of the process. It helps create respect well acknowledging all sides of nature, the beautiful and the unforgiving. The outdoors has provided not only substance, community, and joy but also invaluable lessons for life that I can pass down to my daughter and teach her well she is out there alongside me. I feel that my full throttle attitude along with my strong determination to continually grow as a woman, mother and hunter is a unique combination of traits specific to me. I do not know how to do things halfway and 110% is my baseline. I want to pay forward all that has been passed down to me and I hope that my journey with the outdoors can inspire others to set out and follow their joy wherever it leads them.  

Rain Stewart

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My name is Rain Stewart. I am from a small town in South Carolina. I began my outdoor adventures at a very young age fishing with my mom and dad. I can still remember the thrill and excitement I had once I felt that tug and knew it was time to spring into action!

My younger brother and I started off by hunting small game in our backyard. In my teenage years my dad introduced me to bowhunting, and it has been adventure after adventure from then on.

I have that chest thumping, heart beating out of my chest excitement every time I look down from my climbing stand and see a whitetail within range.

I now have a family of my own, 3 boys and a loving fiancé that I’ve had the pleasure of introducing to the outdoors as well! We are determined to make memories, pass on family traditions, while also keeping a healthy respect for the outdoors. It is important that our boys learn the balance of sport and respect for nature in hopes of raising productive young men for our future.

Enjoying every moment outdoors and being able to capture those moments and share it underneath our social platform Rain Outdoors has been a dream come true.

Jr. Team Members

Millie Kate Nails

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Millie Kate(MK) Nails has grown up in the outdoors with her family and friends. While only 14 years old, Millie Kate has already been blessed with an amazing hunting resume taking some very nice whitetail bucks including a Boone and Crockett whitetail and numerous turkeys including 2 grand slams with one of those being a single season grand slam.

Growing up in Mississippi where she enjoys bow fishing, dove, squirrel, turkey, and deer hunting MK also loves spending time in Iowa helping her dad with their outfitting business. When not chasing big Iowa bucks and gobblers she enjoys helping prepare for deer season, scouting, checking trail cameras, prepping deer stands, and managing food plots where she loves driving the tractor.

MK hopes to encourage more young girls like herself to be involved in hunting and thanks God for blessing her with the opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors and to be a part of this amazing team of ladies that DSG has representing them

Instagram @huntingwith_mk 

  

 

Open applications for the hunting influencers team are currently closed, but when and if we add women to the team, it’s after careful consideration of how they would fit into our current team environment. If you’re curious, here’s some of the important questions we consider when choosing our team:

  • Is the applicant truly into multiple seasons of hunting?
  • Does the applicant post to social media frequently while hunting?
  • Does the applicant have a public and personal Instagram account?
  • Is the applicant involved in hunting related events or activities?
  • Are the applicant’s social media posts clean; refraining from alcohol/drug use, nudity or profanity?
  • Does the applicant have a positive social media presence or one that supports other women?
  • Does the applicant support DSG Outerwear?
Want to spark our attention? Social media posts are one way to initiate the process of becoming a hunting influencer. Please tag us when sporting your DSG Outerwear apparel posts by using @dsghunt on Instagram and DSG Outerwear-Women's Hunting Apparel on Facebook and you can use the hashtags #DSGHunt and #DoingSomethingGreat

 

 

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