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    9Yo Rudy arrived with father for a Kodiak Combo, Mtn goat and sitka blacktail deer. First day out they tried stalking some Mtn goat but soon discovered that the steep home of the mtn goats were too much! today they opted for deer and found a buck and a doe and were on the beach with them both at 530! great job to father and son!
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    man that is just awesome plain and simple... that pic says it all....Dad bust be proud as can be....

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    That photo should warm up any hunter's heart! Keeping the tradition alive and life lessons about the circle of life.

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    That smile of his is contagious....had me grinning looking at how proud he must be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kodiakcombo View Post
    9Yo Rudy arrived with father for a Kodiak Combo, Mtn goat and sitka blacktail deer. First day out they tried stalking some Mtn goat but soon discovered that the steep home of the mtn goats were too much! today they opted for deer and found a buck and a doe and were on the beach with them both at 530! great job to father and son!

    That pic needs to be submitted to the ADF&G to be the front cover of next years regulations. Priceless!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chico99645 View Post
    That pic needs to be submitted to the ADF&G to be the front cover of next years regulations. Priceless!!!

    That is a great idea!

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    Good job Rudy! Nice buck...I agree with chico99645 that pic would look great on the front page of next years hunting regs.
    "Grin and Bear It"

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    This is the future of our fine sport.
    Keep up the good work Dad.
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    Outstanding photo!

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    Looks to me like a great hunter in the making...!!!
    Sheep hunting...... the pain goes away, but the stupidity remains...!!!

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