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  1. #11
    Apprentice

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    Nice job, and congrats to both of you

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    Right on, proud moment for sure.
    Congrats on a beautiful Deer.
    "Only dead fish go with the flow."
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    Leads by example

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    Congratulation

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    Apprentice

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    Great job. Always good to get the kids involved. Now he’s hooked. Congrats.

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    WTG, that is awesome, congrats to the both of you
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    CONGRATS !
    Glen

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    Has too much time on their hands

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    Congrats!

    Which one of you was more excited?

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    Congrats to the young hunter! That's a hell of a first buck. A nice symmetrical 6-point and those shoulders will make some nice roasts. What kind of mount are you considering?
    "When you're at the end of your rope, tie a knot and hold on"
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    Getting the hang of it

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    He was very excited and anxious to go tracking right away. I take the tracking part slow and very seriously. So it was hard to make him wait that 1/2 hour. 50 yards into it i figured we were good with the amount of blood, although i still stick to the 100yrd rule. He was ecstatic when he found him (hes 14yrs old). I couldn't imagine doing this at his age.

    I tried to make this whole experience as fun as possible. Telling him to only shoot if hes steady and ready. I also told him to not be upset if he doesn't shoot. After a few close calls im glad he got it done. He was being hard and putting pressure on himself due to the close calls. So it worked out perfectly. I even let him drive the farmlane on the way out with his buck in the back of the truck (on private property). This is definitely a day him or i won't soon forget.

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    Getting the hang of it

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    Thx. Im gonna do a euro mount for him. I have a local buddy who does them. . He has a snow goose coming he shot last year as well, which he has no idea about. Cant wait to see his face.

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