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Discussion in 'North / South Carolina Flyway Forum' started by 3Labs2, Jan 11, 2018.
Youth days were ALWAYS the BEST days.....
I'll bet ya' can tease em' into taking a shot at least one Just make a bet with him and say "you'll bet he can't hit it"
After a box of shells .. he'll be hooked
Regardless, have a great time and enjoy it together
Boys just want to be with their Dads, any which way. Girls too. Girls especially need good Daddy attention so they don't grow up missing it, yearning and pining for it and cling to the first putz with a Johnson that comes along and do just about anything for attention. . Hunting builds confidence and independence. Add camo cool clothes, waders that let you slosh through the water in the cold winter and defy getting wet, add stuff they pick up on the bank or in the field as treasures,, add a wet dog and shotguns that go boom boom boom, and birds that go wooomph or splash. Add some hot chocolate and snacks and a big ole dog thats bigger then they are that they can hug and you got a kid in heaven. Take the time more often and let your boy...or girl hang with Dad hunting, grassing the boat anything hunting related. They're a stitch for your buddies to be with too. Their comments, smiles, excitement raises our memories us of when we were their age and being with Dad that warms our hearts.. It's good for a man to hunt alone sometimes to concentrate, think about stuff undisturbed. It is also good to hunt with buddies to share jokes, work together, have hunting success and failure together and talk about many things and seek advise and receive advise. It is also good to just be with your kid to have great discussions on their level too. Sometimes their questions and viewpoint are so innocent, so basic that they get your feet back on the ground where they should be. Lets all count our blessings.
Hunting is slow but the chocolate pudding is good!
My boys burned some powder and scared a few to death hahaha
Thanks to Mr. Allen with ABC calls for the grand tour.
Saw 15 blue bills out in the middle of the lake and that was it. Not even the golf course geese around