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Woods and Water- A hunting parent’s wish: Let my child bag a buck

Posted 12/31/12

By Tom ShankFor the Press And JournalTalk to any hunting parent, grandparent, or guardian and most would agree hands down that one of the most treasured hunting moments is when their youngster scores a harvest. It might be their first squirrel, or …

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Woods and Water- A hunting parent’s wish: Let my child bag a buck

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By Tom Shank
For the Press And Journal

Talk to any hunting parent, grandparent, or guardian and most would agree hands down that one of the most treasured hunting moments is when their youngster scores a harvest. It might be their first squirrel, or duck, or in some instances their first white-tail.

Opportunities now exist that didn’t exist several years ago. In the past, every first-time hunter needed to reach the magical age of 12 to obtain a junior hunting license, which would allow them to legally hunt. . .

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