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Live hunt from 17 1st with my 6yro

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Again with a late start. I have to get better at judging the amount of time to get them ready. We didn't get to the blind until after light. She's excited, is asking  questions about everything. Most of all where are the deer and why haven't we seen them yet.  Hopefully we have an action packed morning like last night.

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Thanks Vito, but she just said she's bored and wants to leave I said give it an hour. She agreed. So we'll see

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Well she wanted out. So we left want to keep it fun. We got out of the blind and a herd of deer to off. I couldn't see them before we got out, but as soon as we got out they took off. One ran right past is at 15yds. She said she had fun, but maybe wait a while before she goes again.  At least the little one is hooked. 

 

I had a blast. It's fun and frustrating at the same time. Hopefully they like pheasant hunting tomorrow. I'll be taking them on the Navy base by me. Usually have a field all to my self.

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Take in the afternoon like you did the younger one. Better action as you had last night 

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It's fun and frustrating at the same time.


Ain't that the truth!!! LOL

David

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On 11/9/2018 at 10:12 AM, allmann said:

Well she wanted out. So we left want to keep it fun. 

Good move Dad.  By doing that you showed her that she is more important to you than hunting.  :up::up:  

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Brought the wife and kids out pheasant hunting yesterday.  They all really enjoyed it. My 6 yro who has no interest in going deer hunting again anytime soon, said she would like to keep going with the dog and I after pheasant. She likes the fact she can walk and talk. She also asked why  Sadie(my GSP) doesn't act like that at home. My wife and daughters were amazed how the dog turns into a machine when she's out hunting. I will continue to bring them on the hunts that they like to keep them involved. While putting the 4yro to bed last night, she asked when the next time she can go deer hunting and if I could not be so picky next time and just kill a deer for her.  

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3 minutes ago, allmann said:

Brought the wife and kids out pheasant hunting yesterday.  They all really enjoyed it. My 6 yro who has no interest in going deer hunting again anytime soon, said she would like to keep going with the dog and I after pheasant. She likes the fact she can walk and talk. She also asked why  Sadie(my GSP) doesn't act like that at home. My wife and daughters were amazed how the dog turns into a machine when she's out hunting. I will continue to bring them on the hunts that they like to keep them involved. While putting the 4yro to bed last night, she asked when the next time she can go deer hunting and if I could not be so picky next time and just kill a deer for her.  

Awesome kev..  keep her interested and take a deer..  there will be time to be picky

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Most kids enjoy the activity of small game hunting much more than sitting still for hours in a blind.   

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