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I am new to the hunting world. I just started deer hunting this past year. I did not get anything this year. I would be interested in speaking with other female hunters. I notice there are not many products for females and I have had to buy some male clothing because I cannot find what I need. Any tips, tricks etc would be appreciated.

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basicly "She Safari" is all that I can think of right off the bat...I'm not sure what type of hunting you do but I must say that I am not a big fan of their patterns they use...seems like it's more towards Africa rather than America but I suppose it depends on your terrain...I really like cabela's hunting jackets, basicly I by clothing from Bass Pro and Cabela's but I really don't get anything fancy (like with the articfical leaves on the pants and jackets)
 

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welcome to the campfire .try bass pro and cabelas they have a fair amount of womens cloths.also we dont discriminate here so ask away with your hunting questions
 

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Hello and welcome to this site. Cabela's and Bass pro are both great places to outfit yourself with just about anything you need. You will get great responces to any questions (even hunting ones):lol: here!
 

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Don't forget Gander Mountain, they have a good selection for women also.
 

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basicly "She Safari" is all that I can think of right off the bat...I'm not sure what type of hunting you do but I must say that I am not a big fan of their patterns they use...seems like it's more towards Africa rather than America but I suppose it depends on your terrain...I really like cabela's hunting jackets, basicly I by clothing from Bass Pro and Cabela's but I really don't get anything fancy (like with the articfical leaves on the pants and jackets)
Thanks so much for the tips. I did finally find a pair of camo pants, but I had to get them in the men's department at Gander Mountain. I have mostly just started deer hunting this year although I didn't get a shot off at one. I am trying my hand at bow hunting this deer season.
 
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