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Wade Joseph

Little guys first grouse

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This was one excited 4 yeaqr old. Got this today about 200 yds from my house. He carried it home.

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I guess I can't post pics.

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I'll bet the little guy was excited to tag along.

Can't see your pic but it looks like it was hotlinked from another site.

Go to the Photo Sharing forum, there you'll find instructions on how to host your pictures.

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Thats what it is all about. I still remember my sons first pheasant. Those are moments you will always remember.

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My 12 year old opening day of grouse shot his first one. He said "It wasn't much of a bird he said but I still got one! dad" yes that was a good feeling. smile.gif

I guess I don't know how to put a picture in confused.gif

I just smiled and said they couldn't get much smaller grin.gif

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