Team Frady, the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission and many others help make the BOW (Becoming an Outdoors Woman) program successful in bringing more women into the outdoor world. This year marked the 20th anniversary and Lynne and Jim have been there for 18 of them.
Everyone loves a good fitting, good looking, hard wearing pair of boots and for the Lady Archer, Lynne Frady, the choice has always been clear. Need a good boot? Head for Danner.
Everyone has those favorite products we just can’t live without. They make every day and night in the field better because they work for us better than other products. For Lynne Frady, her list should probably be your list. Might be already.
Teaching your pup to ‘sit’ is one of the most important of training your new dog. In this article Lynne shows you how and why you should teach your dog to ‘sit’.
Your pup is home and settled into its new routine so it’s time to get some training under our belt. The most important command you can teach your dog is ‘come’ or ‘here’, the commands that save dogs lives.
Mountain 600’s weigh 30oz, the men’s weigh 37 oz.. Yes hiking boots that weigh less than two pounds ladies. This new category is called “Performance Heritage” bringing together very classic styling with new lightweight construction.
The BOW program offers ladies an opportunity to learn outdoor and shooting skills. The ladies take 6 classes over the course of three days. BOW offers classes in archery, shotgun, crossbow, bow fishing and pistol classes to get their inner huntress and target shooting skills.
Man’s best friend, the furry 4-legged, wiggly tailed buddy you have been thinking about. You have discussed it with your family and it’s time to add a new dog to the family. Now is when the fun begins.
The Frady’s in conjunction with the NC Wildlife Commission and Eastern 4-H Education Center help ladies get hands on experience with a variety of archery equipment.
Want affordable, quality packs, bow cases and accessories with amazing features? GamePlan Gear is it.
Come along with Lynne and Jim Frady as they travel up the coast through lobster country to bruin country to hunt for bear.
Becoming an Outdoor Women has done a remarkable job helping women and girls get into the outdoor lifestyle and we thank Lynne Frady and the other fine people and companies who make it happen.
Having a good knife is vital for all outdoorsmen and for Team Frady they have their favorite, Outdoor Edge. Looking for an edge that won’t let you down?
Wildlife Research Center introduce their new Scent Killer Gold for “Her” Ultimate Value Pack. Made for the special needs of women hunters WRC has hit another Home Run.
Finally he turned sideways and his head was lit up like a Christmas tree and oh yes he had a nice long beard. Here was the moment of truth and he was 10 yards from me.
Hunting over a Heartland Food Plot turned out to be a rewarding experience the Frady’s will look forward to again. WOW!
Lynne Frady takes a look at the Skull Hooker for displaying European style mounts. Looks like this product can solve a lot of problems in mounting trophies.
Lynn Frady and husband Jim stroll through the Archery Trade Show picking out the booths they liked. You can come along.
ThermaCELL is famous for their Mosquito Repellent products for now, with the temps falling you’ll want to slide into these warming insoles. Why be miserable with cold feet?
Lynne & Jim Frady take a look at this new bow press.
Team Frady and David Mills have teamed up for a special Ladies Only Osceola Turkey March 2013. Sign Up Now!
Lynn Frady interviews Outdoorsman, Country Super Star Craig Morgan.
Our Lady Bowhunter goes down south to take on the Dragon of the Swamp with David Mills.
Before this buck Lynne’s largest scored 127. This one would score higher, much higher.
Jim and Lynne Frady are tasked with culling some whitetail bucks but they never expected the Best Day Ever.
Jim and Lynne have a ‘Bucket List’ of game and the Asian Water Buffalo is on it.
He was a beautiful bear with a thick shiny coat and I hoped he would give me a shot.
The growling got louder and closer. It was low and guttural, I though it was a sow bear.
About that time a huge booner bounced in front of the blind and I was more than ready to shoot at something. I drew the string back on my Mathews Z-7
He had been watching several nice bucks during the summer and early fall and had one in mind that he was hoping would come to our neck of the woods.