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Took my 4yo daughter out for her 1st morning duck hunt and had a ball. She got to blow her duck call & eat figgy newtons (a staple in shell bag). I got to shoot my new gun, too bad it's the last day of the south zone but luckily I have to work in Orono next week so north zone here I come! As for the rest of the morning we drank hot chocolate and got 4 teal to boot!
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Thats awsome. I love to see people getting out the next gen!! Looks like she was having fun.
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Oh Bunker what a cutie! That's some great stuff. You can see a similar post from my hunt today in Ma. Although my son is a bit older. But just the same we're passing it on.
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She IS a cute one! You really should put that first picture on the wall...great shot. What a special memory!
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Makes me miss my Grand Children,# 5 0n the way -so far 3 boys, and 1 girl --Boys in Florida, Oldest can go this year--try Hog hunting first..love to see the Ladies out--keeps the Future hunters coming--yes dear you can go hunting --but I am Driving the Boat !!--They grow up way too fast..awesome love the Kid pics.
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Great stuff, congrats!
"Pass a Tradition Along"
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adorable. there's a good chance that she is already better on the duck call than I am. ha
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Fantastic! I have to get my daughter a pink call now.
She'll have to fight with The Better Half for it, though...
Great to see the kids out there and learning early on.
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