21 Influential Female Hunters to Follow on Instagram (2024)

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Between 2001 and 2013, the number of registered female hunters in the U.S. sky-rocketed from 1.8 million to 3.3 million, according to the National Shooting Sports Foundation. Today, around 20% of women in the U.S. are hunters. Some of these women have taken to Instagram to share their adventures, their advice, and their encouragement of others to get involved in the sport. Here are a few influential women paving the way in the hunting community by sharing their stories on social media.

Eva Shockey Brent (@evashockey)

Not only does Eva Shockey Brent utilize social media to showcase her bowhunting skills, she's also a conservationist and mentor of the sport. Eva emerged in the outdoor space as a co-host of her father Jim Shockey's TV show on the Outdoor Channel called "Jim Shockey's Hunting Adventures." Since then, Eva's been using her platform to not only develop her brand but inspire others to get outdoors and appreciate all of the things Mother Nature has to offer.

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Beka Garris (@bekagarris)

With her baby on her back and a bow in her hands, Beka Garris is one of the most influential figures in the outdoor space. Beka's hunting days began at the age of 10, where she learned from her father all about how to accurately and safely shoot as well as field dress and butcher the game she shot. Beka's Instagram account is devoted to hunting inspiration (everything from squirrels to buck), her family, and food.

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Julie McQueen (@julesmcqueen)

Follow Julie McQueen for year-round hunting inspiration. Julie has an impressive resume: She's the president of CarbonTV, an online video destination for top-quality outdoor themed TV shows, the host of Outdoor Weekly, a conservationist, a writer, and a skilled hunter. Julie uses her platform to encourage conservation and participation in the sport of hunting. In one post with a little girl she met at Northwest Outdoor Expo she wrote, "We need to encourage these smart, kind, enthusiastic, amazing young ladies to grow up and take over our responsibilities in the hunting community! This is where it all begins."

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Katie Van Slyke (@katievanslyke)

Follow Katie Van Slyke on Instagram for content that will make you want to step afield even if you never have before. From whitetail and turkey to wild hogs and bear, Katie hunts it all. Follow Katie's Instagram account for all things outdoor adventure, whether it's a special hunting trip with her father or reeling in a 40-inch pike in Saskatchewan.

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Allie Butler (@alliembutler)

Geese, hogs, deer, turkey…you name it, Allie Butler hunts it. Born in Hardinsburg, Kentucky, Allie Butler is a self-described proud hunter and traveler. As a kid, Allie would go hunting with her father. With an old muzzleloader in hand, Allie killed her first deer at the age of nine, and her passion for the sport has only continued to grow. Today, she travels the world (as far as New Zealand!) to hunt game.

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Sportswoman Courtney (@sportswomancourtney)

Getting other people involved in hunting is one of the most rewarding parts of the sport and Sportswoman Courtney is a noteworthy advocate of that. In a recent post, Courtney shared a story about how her friend Kaylene shot her first ever deer and even got her hands dirty by processing it herself. In her post, Courtney wrote, "This is what hunting is all about: camaraderie; learning; and filling the freezer!"

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Courtney LeVesque (@heroutdoorjourney)

Courtney LeVesque's Instagram presence will inspire and educate. Courtney uses her platform to teach hunters about everything from venison recipes to honing bow accuracy. Don't forget to listen to and follow her podcast called "Her Inspired Journey" which is all about women living their best hunting lives.

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Brittney Glaze Clifton (@brittneyglaze)

On National Hunting and Fishing Day, Brittney Glaze Clifton pledged to take someone new hunting and/or fishing this season. She wrote on her Instagram, "It’s been a blessing to me that someone showed me the love of hunting as a teen and my grandparents showed me the love of fishing as soon as I was old enough to walk. I’ve been in love with both ever since but to know that I’d never know this love without others guidance makes me want to show everyone I come in contact with. Is it for everyone?! No. But you’ll never know if you don’t try."

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Katie DeLorenzo (@newmexicohuntress)

Hunting lands across Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, and Utah, Katie DeLorenzo is a must-follow on Instagram. This rising hunting influencer spreads the importance of spotlighting women in the outdoor space. Not only is Katie a hunter, she's an advocate. As a staff member of Backcountry Hunters & Anglers, Katie helps form "the voice of our wild public lands, waters, and wildlife."

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Anna Lea (@outdoorannalea)

Hunter, angler, chef, conservationist, and parent… Anna Lea is all of those things and more. Through photos, Anna Lea shares stories about her family, her hunting experiences, her favorite recipes, and all her other life adventures.

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Rachel Ahtila (@rachelahtila)

Rachel Ahtila is an experienced hunting guide based in British Columbia. In addition to bringing people out on guided hunting trips, Rachel hosts Full Curl Podcast and is the director of the Rocky Mountain Goat Alliance. Rachel's service to the hunting community spreads inspiration beyond her clients. When she teaches her clients, those people then teach their friends and family, dispersing the knowledge and passion for the sport.

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Sydney Broadaway (@sydneyleann40)

Sydney was raised in rural Alabama and was taken on many a hunting excursion with her grandfather as a child. It wasn't until she was older that she killed her first deer and became a passionate conservationist. Sydney's game of choice is waterfowl, but she's also a skilled hunter of deer, turkeys, geese, and more.

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Taylor Drury Land (@taylordrury)

For all things hunting, outdoors, travel, and family, make sure to follow Taylor Drury Land on Instagram. Hunting has been part of Taylor's life since the start. Her favorite game to hunt is deer and turkey, with a particular interest in hunting whitetails with a bow. You can also catch Taylor on Drury Outdoors, a hunting television network developed by Mark, Taylor's father, and Terry Drury, Taylor's uncle.

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Cody and Kelsy Robbins (@live2hunt_with_cody_and_kelsy)

Cody Robbins' career began in 2001 when he was a cameraman and editor for Jim Shockey. Today, Cody Robbins and his hunting partner and wife Kelsy Robbins have made a name for themselves in the hunting space. Cody and Kelsy host their own outdoor hunting TV show called Live 2 Hunt. The show highlights Cody and Kelsy's hunting of big game like moose, elk, whitetail, and sheep. These two are all about sharing their hunting stories and inspiring others to step afield. In the photo below, check out Cody Robbins with friend Kendall Jones on her first-ever whitetail hunt. Cody wrote, "Our new friend, thanks to the wonderful sport of HUNTING."

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Kendall Jones (@_kendalljones)

Kendall Jones may have hunted her first ever whitetail recently, but she is no stranger to shooting a bow. At just 14 years-old, Kendall was hunting the "Big 5" in Africa including the likes of leopards and cape buffalo. She also has dangerous predators like crocodile on her resume. Follow her adventures on Instagram where she posts photos of her hunting trips.

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Nicole Belke (@nicolebelke)

Nicole Belke grew up in the Midwest and is a skilled hunter of waterfowl, turkey, whitetail, and upland game. She's also experienced in hunting elk, mule deer, and other Western game. Belke's background in photography makes her Instagram uniquely artistic. Follow her account to keep up with her hunting trips and some truly inspiring photography as well.

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Taren Weigandt (@futureofhunting_taren)

Not only is Taren Weigandt a seasoned hunter, she's also doing her part to grow and strengthen the hunting community. Taren is the owner and creator of the Future of Hunting, an organization with a goal and motto to "Empower the Next Generation." The Future of Hunting believes it's their "responsibility as sportsmen to pass on the hunting heritage to the next generation." The Future of Hunting helps introduces children to ethical hunting and conservation practices at a young age.

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Kaylee Branzell (@kayleebranzell)

Kaylee Branzell was raised in northern Nevada and after graduating college she worked as a registered nurse. When Kaylee met her husband, her interest in hunting began. Today, through her blog and social media, Kaylee shares photos of her family, recipes, and exciting hunting adventures. You can find her hunting anything from waterfowl to mule deer.

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Kristin Retterath (@gatheringhealth)

Followers will be inspired to do more than just hunt after scrolling through Kristin Retterath's Instagram account. Kristin is also focused on health, nutrition, and fitness through the sport. On her blog called Gathering Health, Kristin states: "Wild game and real, whole foods have changed my life, in a way I never imagined. Eliminating processed foods and staying committed to putting my health as a priority has made me a better wife, mom, friend and coach, and I can't wait to share what I've learned with you." Gathering Health promotes good nutrition through hunting and knowing exactly where your food is coming from.

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Jessica DeLorenzo (@JessDelo7)

Between angling steelhead and shooting and cooking up pronghorn, Jessica DeLorenzo does it all when it comes to the great outdoors. Jessica's love of archery and hunting began in her mid-20s and she has since become a seasoned bowhunter. Jessica has even started taking her eight-year-old daughter afield with her to introduce her to the sport and help grow the hunting community for future generations.

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Sallie Doty (@sallie_doty)

Sallie Doty does it all—she's a triathlete, marathoner, masterful bowhunter, and so much more. Sallie volunteers her time as a bowhunters' education instructor for the South Dakota Game, Fish, and Parks department and is also a member of the High Plains Wildlife Association, which focuses on wildlife conservation in South Dakota. The hunting community is lucky to have someone as passionate and ethically-minded as Sallie Doty.

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21 Influential Female Hunters to Follow on Instagram (2024)

FAQs

Who is the most famous female hunter? ›

Most of us know the story of the great sharpshooter Annie Oakley. Born into poverty in 1860 in western Ohio, Annie began trapping before the age of seven, and she was shooting and hunting by age eight to support her siblings and her widowed mother.

Who is the best hunter to ever live? ›

Jim Corbett

Corbett is perhaps the most famous dangerous game hunter of all time. He was a colonel in the British Indian army and throughout his career he was called upon to hunt man-eating tigers and leopards. Between 1907 and 1938 he killed 19 tigers and 14 leopards.

Is Jennifer Lawrence a hunter? ›

Jennifer Lawrence

After the release of The Hunger Games, you must have wondered if this actress ever did a little bit of hunting on her own. As it turned out, she does. In fact, Lawrence was trained by none other than five-time US Olympic archer Khatuna Lorig and her favorite game is actually squirrel.

Are there more male or female hunters? ›

Yes, Hunter jobs are male - dominated. 55% of Hunters are male, and 44% are female, so there are more male Hunters than female Hunters in the United States.

What do you call a female hunter? ›

In modern outdoor media, few words are as contentious as “huntress.” By traditional definition, a huntress is simply a woman who hunts.

Who is the god of hunters? ›

Artemis, in Greek religion, the goddess of wild animals, the hunt, and vegetation and of chastity and childbirth; she was identified by the Romans with Diana. Artemis was the daughter of Zeus and Leto and the twin sister of Apollo.

What is the most skilled hunter? ›

1. Hyenas. Hyenas are highly intelligent creatures, perhaps even as smart as certain apes, some scientists believe. Hyenas hunt in packs, which are usually female-led.

What state has the most hunter? ›

The Most Popular States for Hunting and Why
  • Alaska. Alaska is easily the number one dream hunt location for many people, largely due to the variety of different animals you can hunt there and how hard it is to actually make it there to hunt. ...
  • Texas. ...
  • Montana. ...
  • Colorado. ...
  • Wisconsin. ...
  • Wyoming.
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What country has most hunters? ›

Ireland is actually ahead of the pack in that regard with 72.8 hunter per 1,000 of its inhabitants. Finland comes second with 55.6 while Cyprus is in third place with 52.3. France has 19.7 hunters per 1,000 of its inhabitants.

Is Jennifer Lawrence deaf? ›

Lawrence lost her hearing while filming Catching Fire.

“I went deaf in one ear for months. . . . But that wasn't actually physically challenging. It was just ear challenging because I got all of these ear infections from the diving and the water and all of that stuff.

Who is Jennifer Lawrence net worth? ›

What is Jennifer Lawrence's net worth in 2022? Jennifer Lawrence's net worth is estimated at $160 million.

Can Jennifer Lawrence shoot a bow and arrow? ›

More Stories by Todd Gilchrist. In preparation for her role as Katniss Everdeen in this spring's blockbuster YA adaptation The Hunger Games, Jennifer Lawrence trained extensively with Olympic archer Khatuna Lorig – whose real name sounds like it was ripped straight out of the film – to learn how to use a bow and arrow.

Is hunting toxic masculinity? ›

Toxic masculinity is a term used in the social sciences to refer to traditional cultural masculine ideals such as dominance and aggression. Hunters play out this deadly and archaic stereotype by hunting down and killing animals for recreational purposes.

How much do hunters get paid? ›

While ZipRecruiter is seeing annual salaries as high as $124,500 and as low as $20,000, the majority of Professional Hunter salaries currently range between $41,500 (25th percentile) to $90,000 (75th percentile) with top earners (90th percentile) making $112,500 annually across the United States.

Why are hunters declining? ›

The decline in hunting is largely a result of the nation's “significant demographic change,” according to Larson. That includes the growing age gap.

What is a deer girl called? ›

deer ​Definitions and Synonyms ​‌

The female deer is called a doe and a young deer is called a fawn.

What is the female version of tiger? ›

A tigress is a female tiger.

What is feminine of God? ›

God of the Hebrew Bible

In the oracles of the eighth century prophet Isaiah, God is described as a woman in labor and a mother comforting her children. And the Book of Proverbs maintains that the feminine figure of Holy Wisdom, Sophia, assisted God during the creation of the world.

What is a cool goddess name? ›

Inanna (Sumerian) - goddess of love, war, and fertility. Iris (Greek) - goddess of the rainbow and messenger to the gods. Irene (Greek) - goddess of peace. Isis (Egyptian) - goddess of life and magic.

Who is the Roman goddess of hunting? ›

Like her Greek counterpart, Artemis, Diana was the goddess of the hunt. The daughter of the Roman god Jupiter and his mistress, Latona, Diana was born on the island of Delos with her twin brother, Apollo, the god of light.

What is a female Greek gods name? ›

More Greek Goddess Names

Achelois — a minor moon goddess. Hecate — goddess of magic, witchcraft, and necromancy (the undead) Alcyone — one of the seven Pleiades. Alectrona — an early Greek goddess of the sun. Nyx — the ancient Greek goddess of the night and one of the primordial gods.

What is a blacklist hunter? ›

Blacklist Hunters fulfill the typical association of a Hunter with the stereotypical bounty hunter. These Hunters specialize in the tracking and acquisition of wanted and dangerous people. Interestingly, Blacklist Hunters arguably possess some of the most efficient Nen abilities due to their potential in combat.

What is a professional hunter called? ›

A professional hunter (less frequently referred to as market or commercial hunter and regionally, especially in Britain and Ireland, as professional stalker or gamekeeper) is a person who hunts and/or manages game by profession.

What state kills the most deer? ›

The Texas Parks & Wildlife Department estimates hunters harvest 430,000 to 500,000 whitetails annually, which is also No. 1 in the country. TPW estimates hunters killed 838,000 whitetails during the 2017-2018 season. The agency also reports hunters killed about 44,000 mule deer and 51,000 javelina.

Which country is best for hunters? ›

The Best Hunting Destinations
  • Tanzania. Tanzania is a country with beautiful national parks and game reserves. ...
  • Mozambique. Its topography consists of thick forests, swamplands and palm forests. ...
  • South Africa. ...
  • Namibia. ...
  • Montenegro. ...
  • Belarus. ...
  • Cambodia. ...
  • Canada.

What percentage of hunters are female? ›

Overall, 8% of the hunters were female. The analysis showed a strong positive influence of the proportion of male hunters in society on female hunting participation.

Where do most hunters live in the US? ›

Texas Tops Nation for Number of Deer Hunters in 2017

More than 10 million Americans hunted whitetails in 2016-2017, based on data from Quality Deer Management Association's (QDMA) Whitetail Report 2018*. Deer hunting is a sacred tradition in many families, with the activity often spanning generations.

Which countries does not allow hunting? ›

Costa Rica, Brazil, India, Singapore, Kenya and many others have banned hunting. Wild life (Natural life) would developed naturally. Humans, like all primates are frugivores and have no need to kill other animals except for survival.

What celebrity is deaf? ›

Marlee Matlin is probably one of the most well-known Deaf celebrities out there, but not everyone may know she is deaf.

Is Halle Berry still deaf? ›

Although Halle Berry is a Type 1 diabetic, a condition that makes her twice as likely to have hearing loss, that's not why she lost 80% of the hearing in her right ear. In 2004 she revealed she lost her hearing when a former boyfriend hit her in the head.

Does Jennifer Lawrence brush her teeth? ›

Even Jennifer Lawrence can agree that brushing helps ditch bad breath away. She said, “Yeah, I'll brush my teeth.”

How much is a Angelina Jolie net worth? ›

Net worth is the value of all assets, minus the total of all liabilities. Put another way, net worth is what is owned minus what is owed.

Who is the richest actor living? ›

As of August 2022, Jerry Seinfeld is the richest actor in the world with a net worth of $950 million.

Which Avenger shoots a bow? ›

Hawkeye - Marvel 101. Skilled with a bow and arrow, Clint Barton was given a chance to become a hero with the Avengers.

Can someone with glasses be an archer? ›

Can you practice archery with glasses? Yes, you can practice archery while wearing your normal every day glasses. Some archers use optimized shooting glasses specially made for archery practice, while other archers have sights on their bow that work with their everyday glasses.

What bow did Robin Hood use in the new movie? ›

Apparently, Robin is an expert marksman with the longbow when the film begins. So why would he need training from Little John? Well, the longbow is apparently huge and hinders one's ability to run around the city escaping pursuers. Little John steps in and teaches Robin to use a smaller Saracen bow.

What are the 3 types of hunting? ›

Environmental philosopher Gary Varner identifies three types of hunting: therapeutic, subsistence, and sport. Each type is distinguished by the purpose it is meant to serve. Therapeutic hunting involves intentionally killing wild animals in order to conserve another species or an entire ecosystem.

Is hunting good for mental health? ›

While the act of hunting itself can have moments of intense physical activity, you should feel endorphins kicking in after firing a shot. These hormones are what lead to feelings of happiness and contentment, and releasing them on a regular basis can dramatically improve your overall wellbeing.

Is hunting Losing Popularity? ›

In relative numbers, the percentage of the U.S. population that hunts has been on a steady decline since at least 1960, when there were 14 million hunters, representing 7.7 percent of the total U.S. population of 180.7 million people.

How can I make money hunting? ›

How to Get Paid to Hunt
  1. Hunting Guide Jobs. Hunting guides command substantial fees for a weekend hunt in a private hunting area. ...
  2. Government-Sponsored Hunts. Governments consider some animals pests and will arrange to reduce their populations. ...
  3. Selling Trophy Hides. ...
  4. Publishing Videos and Publications.

What do hunters do for a living? ›

Hunters track and pursue animals with the intention of trapping or killing them. They hunt animals for the purpose of gaining food and other animal products, recreation, trade or wildlife management. Hunters specialise in the skill of tracking down and shooting animals with weapons such as rifles and bows.

Is being a hunter a job? ›

U.S. hunters are employed by state or federal agencies, but you may choose to start your own business. The median wage for hunting workers is around ​$28,530​, but it's possible to earn ​$48,170​ or higher, reports the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

What is the average age of a hunter? ›

Interestingly enough, the average age of hunters is 40+ years old, which represents 69% of the population.

What state has the best hunting? ›

1. Alaska. If you're already a hunter, this choice needs no explanation. It's the Jurassic Park of big game hunting.

What is the most common incident among hunters? ›

Tree Stand Accidents Cause Most Hunting Injuries. While accidental shootings are often associated with hunting accidents, the most common cause of hunting injuries is not gun-related. According to national statistics, tree stand injuries and fatalities far outnumber hunting injuries from guns.

Which president was a hunter? ›

But the heart and soul of Roosevelt's hunting experiences were in the American West, which he idealized in his 1885 book, Hunting Trips of a Ranchman. His love for the rugged beauty of the land and the vigorous hunting experience shaped his values for life.

Who was the first hunter on earth? ›

Nimrod is described in Genesis 10:8–12 as “the first on earth to be a mighty man. He was a mighty hunter before the Lord.” The only other references to Nimrod in the Bible are Micah 5:6, where Assyria is called the land of Nimrod, and I Chronicles 1:10, which reiterates his might.

Who is the 5 strongest hunter? ›

Hunter X Hunter: 10 Most Powerful Hunters, Ranked
  • Palm Siberia. Palm Siberia's human Nen abilities are not quite as useful as some, but her transformation into a Chimera Ant magnifies her powers enormously. ...
  • Killua Zoldyck. ...
  • Ging Freecss.
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Who is number 1 in HXH? ›

1/15 Meruem Is The Most Powerful Character, Hands Down

He is extremely intelligent, able to process thousands of possible scenarios in mere seconds, and was strong enough to push back against the hands of Netero's 100-Type Guanyin Bodhisattva.

What President did the most hunting? ›

Later in life, after becoming frustrated with politics, Roosevelt famously led an expedition to Africa to collect specimens for the Smithsonian Institution's Natural History museum. During that safari, Roosevelt hunted, trapped and observed 11,400 animals, and furthered our understanding of wildlife.

What President shot a bear? ›

However, it was not just any president, it was Theodore Roosevelt the big game hunter! Clifford Berryman, a political cartoonist, read the article and decided to lightheartedly satirize the president's refusal to shoot the bear. Berryman's cartoon appeared in the Washington Post on November 16, 1902.

Who was the leader of the hunts? ›

The leader of the hunt is often a named figure associated with Odin in Germanic legends, but may variously be a historical or legendary figure like Theodoric the Great, the Danish king Valdemar Atterdag, the Welsh psychopomp Gwyn ap Nudd, biblical figures such as Herod, Cain, Gabriel, or the Devil, or an unidentified ...

What is a group of hunters called? ›

A group to hunt game. hunting expedition.

Who invented hunting? ›

Hunting has a long history. It pre-dates the emergence of Homo sapiens (anatomically modern humans) and may even predate the genus Homo. The oldest undisputed evidence for hunting dates to the Early Pleistocene, consistent with the emergence and early dispersal of Homo erectus, about 1.7 million years ago (Acheulean).

Who was the greatest hunter in mythology? ›

Orion, the great hunter with gigantic proportions

According to Greek mythology, Orion was the greatest hunter of all times. Poseidon granted him the power to walk across the sea without drowning.

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