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youth hunt saturday

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How many of u are taking a kid hunting On sat for the youth waterfowl hunt? should be a good day rain, wind, and cloudy, Im more excited about going than my kid is. grin.gif

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FarByondDrivn

I couldn't find any youngsters to take out and have to work but good luck to you guys. I'll be rooting for all the youngsters on that day.

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ccarlson

I'll be taking my 11 year old daughter and my 14 year old nephew again this year. Last year they had a great shoot and are hooked on duck hunting because of it!

I just hope the rain isn't too heavy and there is no lightning.

We sure need the rain up here though.

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Fish&Fowl

I'll be in Canada but I have been getting my 15 yr. old cousin out for early goose and had him out quite a bit last year for the regular season. My uncle doesn't get much chance to get out and our annual trip out by Roseau has stopped so it's up to me to get him out. He loves to hunt ducks and geese and it's nice to have someone to help with the calling and dekes (since VERY few of my buddies will get up at 3:30 am to sit in the rain with me) instead of doing it alone. His little brother will be 12 soon and before long he will probably be joining us as well. Have a blast, sounds like ducky weather! grin.gif

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