sbeIICT wrote:Judging by the debauchery i saw today in the marsh (sky busting, leaving cripples, calling at birds clearly working one decoy spread..) i would not be inclined to take a young hunter out.
Citori16 wrote:Those are some awesome pictures there! Great job getting them out early.
As I write this my 16 y.o. is playing Xbox, and my 13 y.o. is y.o. surfing next to me. They both also enjoy the outdoors, because we got them out there early. I grew up playing Atari, but still wanted to roam the swamp behind the house more often than not. The 16 y.o. and I backpacked for 3 weeks this summer in Colorado and New Mexico (we dodged the fires). There's nothing wrong with the newer technology and games, but they will return to what they have fun with.
Take a kid hunting and fishing and whatever else you can do in the outdoors, but don't judge them for exploring their world. Keep them safe and legal.
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