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    Took my boy out this morning for his first hunt, hes been to the bait station, and along with me on moose hunts, but this was his first time carrying, and being the shooter. Couldnt be more proud of him.rabbit hunt 002.jpgrabbit hunt 001.jpg

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    The happy hunter with his bountyrabbit hunt 003.jpg

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    Very nice! He looks quite proud and happy. Good for you.

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    Excellent job! Cant wait to get my kid out.

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    Looks like a happy young lad, good for you geoff to get him started early and hopefully often.

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    geoff, congrats to your son, and you on carrying on the hunting tradition.
    Wishing many more Father/son hunts in the future.

    Chris

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    Good Job. great memories made with you and your son.
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    Congrats to you and your son! Way to get him statrted right.

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    There is nothing like it, and yes there is a vicarious quality about it, one must admit.

    It is so important that we do this with our children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews, neighbor kids... whomever we can get out there. It will help us keep hunting and fishing relevant and viable in our state and in the country as well. And it goes beyond that. Get kids out and let them shoot! Teach them from the bottom up and we will have a generation of safe, balanced shooters and hunters.

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    in my opinion, there is no better way to start em out than with rabbits.
    there a good challenge and they can be abundant.
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