Women’s Muzzleloading & Primitive Skills Workshop Set For June 4th and 5th Thompson Falls
By Toby Trigger

Posted: May 1, 2016


Muzzleloading & Primitive Skills Workshop for Women Set for June 4 & 5 in Thompson Falls

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks’ Becoming an Outdoors-Woman (BOW) program is sponsoring a muzzleloading and primitive skills weekend workshop just west of Thompson Falls on June 4 and 5. Register now at fwp.mt.gov.

Participants will experience a 1800s style mountain man camp and learn to shoot a muzzleloader, throw tomahawks, start a fire with flint and steel and how to cook in a Dutch oven.

The course fee of $85 includes two nights camping and a few meals. A limited number of spaces are available to sleep in a teepee, lean-to or wall tent for an additional $15.

To register, go to the FWP website at fwp.mt.gov and click “Becoming an Outdoors Woman” under the Education tab. The registration deadline is May 28th. For more information, contact BOW event coordinator, Ginger Ward, at 406-827-4597.


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