Brenda Valentine's  Field Journal
Bio:

Brenda Valentine also known as, The First Lady of HuntingTM has been described as “the shining ambassador of the entire hunting industry". Hunting was a way of life in her simple childhood home in rural west Tennessee. The basic woodsmanship and hunting lessons she learned as a kid have literally carried her around the world…many times. Today she is the industry’s most recognized female hunter as she devotes herself full-time to relaying the message of ethical hunting and conservation. Brenda is also an award-winning author, seminar speaker, hunting instructor, radio and television personality.



7th Annual Legends of the Outdoors National Hall of Fame Induction and Awards Banquet -09/10/2008
  If you were to cross a family reunion with an inaugural ball, throw in a smidgeon of Grand Ole Opry, early American history and Emmy Awards hosted by a bunch of fish yanking, turkey calling, d ...
Once in a Lifetime -08/28/2008
Over the years, I can’t count the number of personal appearances, seminars, and dinner speeches I’ve made. But, never have I been as honored and surprised as recently during the Ozark Safari Club Int ...
Gearing Up for Fall Hunting -08/26/2008
It happens this time every year, so I've come to accept it as normal: that antsy anticipation of the upcoming hunting season that starts off mild and builds in intensity with the pass ...
The Why, When, Where, & How of Mineral Licks for Deer and Other Wildlife -05/30/2008
Establishing a common licking place where deer and other wildlife gather for necessary minerals from the earth is certainly nothing new. The fact is that most every animal including man has sought o ...
Lady Yelpers Invade Big Sky Country -05/27/2008
On April 24th, the long awaited trip to hunt Merriam’s turkey near Big Horn, Montana, began for a group of women nicknamed the “Lady Yelpers”. Frequently, I put together groups of lady hunters who e ...
Spring King Slam -03/27/2008
The Spring King Slam is what I’m calling my latest south Texas hunting adventure. In mid-March, the RedHead Pro-Hunting Team, along with John L. and John Paul Morris, plus a cast of Bass Pro videogr ...
Outdoor Sports Shows Have Become A Family Affair -02/27/2008
Each year about this time, I’m honored to make personal appearances at a number of outdoor sports shows around the country. With deer hunting season now only a fond memory and turkey season still sev ...
It’s Show Time! -01/31/2008
Hunters Safety System is a family owned and operated company that has been a positive influence on treestand safety and awareness. I'm proud to call them my friends and promote their products. ...
Quality Deer Management Association Convention -06/26/2007
From May 31 through June 3, I enjoyed the privilege of being a guest speaker at the 7th Annual National Convention of the Quality Deer Management Association. The key word in the last sentence is “en ...
Big Foot is in the Tennessee Turkey Woods -05/31/2007
Ever since baring many embarrassing and disappointing hunts in my “Hunting Misadventures” book, it seems that a lot more of my outdoor adventures qualify for future chapters of “Misadventures II". Su ...
Passport Woes for the Traveling Hunter -04/04/2007
Fourteen months ago I wrote the deposit check for my first New Zealand hunt. It was to be a bowhunting/adventure/reunion amongst a group of old friends that had been trying for years to get together. ...

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