Friday, 31 July 2009
Edmond, OK — Waurika Lake July 31st through August 2nd is the location of what will be a very new and exciting experience for women in Oklahoma.
The First Annual Women’s Noodling event hosted and developed by WILD Oklahoma Television will be filming a group of Oklahoma women up for fishing adventure.
“WILD Oklahoma TV decided to get some daring and incredibly brave women together to jump into Waurika Lake and do some noodling,” said Ron Black, Founder and President of WILD Oklahoma Media. “I am surprised at the response and how brave these women are – I sure wouldn’t do it.”
Oklahoma is well known for its outdoor heritage and noodling, or ‘hand-fishing’ as it is called, is one of those traditions.
Paul’s Valley is home for a nationally-recognized noodling tournament. The diversity of women in WILD Oklahoma’s First Annual Women’s Noodling Event is striking.
An attorney, a county emergency dispatcher, two business owners and a radiology technician are included in the mix and all of them are excited to have this new experience. Black says that this is the first year for the event, and next year the event will be even larger.
“What started as some buzz on our website, became an all out earthquake of excitement. We’re still receiving notifications from women across the state who want to participate, and we’ll be –making it much larger and even more diverse next year,” Black stated.
WILD Oklahoma TV has a women’s division where women in the outdoors and shooting sports are the primary focus.
WILD Oklahoma is one of the few outdoor televisions where youth, women and disabled sportsmen are all celebrated with equal vigor and the programming is exclusively Oklahoma – WILD Oklahoma films only in the state of Oklahoma.
For more information, contact Ron Black at 405-315-7938 or visit website www.wildoklahoma.com.
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