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I have 15 young adults that are currently enrolled in the 2013 Young Adult Pheasant hunt program at the Carver Sportsmans Club. They will be hunting stocked birds on Saturday 5 October 2013 at the Myles Standish Quail fields in Plymouth. If you have an upland hunting dog and would like to get a pre season warm-up with the youths shooting over your dog please let me know.
As a follow on to the pheasant hunt I try to get as many of the youths out on a waterfowl hunt during the youth day on the 12th of October. I need individuals that are willing to take a young adult out for a morning of waterfowling. If you think you might be willing to help please PM and I will answer any questions you may have.
Thanks Moe for already volunteering for the waterfowl side and I have already talked to Tom L. about the upland portion.
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Mike, I'll try to swing the waterfowl hunt, but I don't think I'll be around that weekend. I'll let ya know in the next few days.
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MIKE J. wrote: Thanks Moe for already volunteering for the waterfowl side and I have already talked to Tom L. about the upland portion.
That's great that you've talked to Tom already. Shoot me an e mail or pm on the waterfowl details. I can take one in the canoe and I promise it will be FUN. I just spent a week with 65 6th graders at a school program called Nature's Classroom. Best chaperone job I've ever had.
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