A resource for organizing outdoor activities for the men and women of the armed forces
July, 2011 - While support for this project has been
slow, we are preparing to re organize. The goal of this
website will be to educate those who wish to take
soldiers out into the field on how to plan and run
these types of events. Please stay tuned!
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become a sponsor, please check out the sponsor section on the Warrior Forum,
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Thanks for all you do!
R&R Fishing Day for the Troops 2009
June 13, 2009 Eighteen soldiers and their
families were treated to a day of fishing and
picnic at Chatfield State Park in Littleton
Colorado. This day was sponsored by the
Colorado Walleye assosciation, Warriors
Outdoors, and partnered with the Colorado
Division of Wildlife. The day was a great one with
many fish caught, and even more smiles shown
as the soldiers and their families got to spend a
great day together. This event was incredible for
everyone involved. Read the full story HERE as it
was published by the Denver Post.
NG SSGT Robbie joined me on a goose hunt this season. We had a great time, and I
look forward to more day's in the field with him. One of the best ways to let soldiers know
they are appreciated is to share a day in the field. While I enjoy running group events, we
as sportsmen can have a greater affect by taking a soldier out when you have a spot
open in your field, blind, or boat. It's time to do something more than play lip service.
Want to say thanks? Take a warrior outdoors today!
Carl Werner Warrior Dove Hunt 2009
On August 31st, 2009, Three soldiers and I
showed up to Carl Werners Ranch near Sterling
Colorado. We were invited by Mr Werner and
fellow property owners in the area to enjoy a
couple days of great dove hunting and R&R. We
met some great people, and were treated to
great food and drink. We harvested lots of birds,
and even more great memories. We were also
joined by a triple amputee Vietnam Veteran
named Denny. I got to spend some time with
this awesome man on one of our morning
hunts. He is new to hunting, but had a great
time out in the dove fields. It was inspiring to
see him smile as he harvested his first dove.
You can read a great article (CLICK HERE)
published by the South Platte Sentinel on
September 2, 2009. Picture courtesy of SPS
Marilee Johnson (News Editor)
This site is dedicated to those who have and
currently do serve this great nation. We as
sportsmen wish to say THANK YOU, because
we know that freedom isn't free.
2011 - 2012 Goose Hunts in Colorado.
Email at the link below if interested
Never forget September 11, 2001
Our prayers to all who were affected by this horrific attack, and
to those who fight the war on terror in their names.