Local woman vies for ‘Ultimate Extreme Huntress’
Angie Tennison parked her pickup at a Forest Service gated road with plans for a solo archery hunt. She watched with dismay as another truck pulled up and stopped.
The man who climbed out fixed Tennison with a look she described as both skeptical and incredulous.
“Is your husband with you?” the man asked.
Some people in the Flathead Valley have recognized Tennison around town because of publicity in 2011 about her winning a national Extreme Huntress competition. This man clearly did not.
Which means he likely does not know that she is immersed now in a head-to-head competition with three other accomplished female hunters for the title of Ultimate Extreme Huntress.