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Old 09-15-2020, 12:08 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Strange year not much talk of the youth hunt and I’m assuming the mentored hunt was cancelled. No kids in that age group for me but if anyone wants a tag along with a nice dog let me know.
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Strange year not much talk of the youth hunt and I’m assuming the mentored hunt was cancelled. No kids in that age group for me but if anyone wants a tag along with a nice dog let me know.
That’s a great offer. I’d probably take you up on that if I wasn’t heading to WY for pronghorn this weekend.
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I've got two boys , Three nephews, two neighbor kids, and two extra adults going! it's going to be a blast! I know, Seven guns that is a lot. But more the merrier. Good memories made, I hope. I love taking youth hunters out.
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Taking my two girls out. I upped the ante year and said whoever shoots the most gets 5 bucks! Let the competition begin.
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Taking my two girls out. I upped the ante year and said whoever shoots the most gets 5 bucks! Let the competition begin.
Haha - is that whoever pulls the trigger the most or total birds? 🙂

I'm taking my 11 year old boy along with my my brother and his 2 boys that are 10 and 15. Should be a fun time! Maybe we'll have to do a competition was some money involved too??
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Interesting interpretation I think I will go with total birds and yes money is involved. I told them they would also get 10 bucks if the get a goose.
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Enjoy the time you have with your kids on the Youth Hunt. They grow up fast!
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