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Discussion in 'Whitetails General' started by Refuze2falo, Oct 27, 2010.
I will take Jeremy for the second year in a row and he is 14
Taking Abby for the second year and she is 8yrs old.
Nathan turns 13 on thursday, we leave Friday morning :2thumbsup:
im taking little billy. He's 4. He's hopeing this will be the 4th year in a row to kill a 150+
15, last year.
[rquote=1865011&tid=129869&author=mathewsshooter89]im taking little billy. He's 4. He's hopeing this will be the 4th year in a row to kill a 150+[/rquote]
Mines 11, it will be his 3rd year and I've got a 7yr old thats chomping at the bit to go but she's going to have to wait until next year.
Taking Letsgohunting(Adam). He's 13 I'm pretty sure :wave:
Leaving Friday evening :2thumbsup:
37 but i will drag along someone under 16 so i'm legal.
good luck to all the youths. hope to see pics of boone and crockett deer from all of them.
my son is 9 years old. It will be his 3rd youth season.
I don't take kids hunting during youth season because special youth seasons are further proof of the total degradation of socieity.
I will be taking my oldest son Gaven(10) for his third year. He bagged a doe his first year and a very nice 8 last year.
My brotherinlaw will be taking my younger son Garrett(8) who struck out last year but is on a mission this year to take his first ever deer.
Both boys have packed, checked, and rechecked their hunting totes...they are stoked!!
Taking my son, this is his first year as the shooter. He has went with me both bow and gun hunting but he hasn't hunted. He just turned 8 in September.
My little dude is 9.
If this was a serious question here is a serious answer.
My grandson Who is 9. It will be his first year-He is very excited about his first big game hunt.
Lets not turn this into another debate on the worthiness of young hunters to pursue our sport-please.
Brady and this is his 3rd year and he is 8 years old
Brandon and he is 8