Thursday, September 9, 2010

The Thrill of the First Hunt

"Taking a child hunting for their first time is a special rite of passage. It takes some planning so that everything goes off without a hitch. You want their very first experience to be a fond memory and not an emotional scar.  Preparation can and should begin early. Bring your budding outdoor enthusiast out in the woods while you are shed hunting, scouting for stand sites, checking trail camera was or even planting food plots. Make it fun, you’re enthusiasm and excitement will be contagious. Use this time together to talk about deer biology, tracks, what deer eat, when they move and what scrapes and rubs are. Kids are like sponges and they will soak up the knowledge quickly. Lead by example and practice what you preach. He respectful of nature and your child will follow suit." ...

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