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Rifle season elk pic..
Elk
Contributors to this thread:
standswittaknife 12-Oct-19
Ucsdryder 12-Oct-19
kota-man 12-Oct-19
pa10point 12-Oct-19
standswittaknife 12-Oct-19
Scoot 12-Oct-19
Quinn @work 12-Oct-19
Vonfoust 12-Oct-19
Glunt@work 13-Oct-19
Quinn @work 13-Oct-19
BULELK1 13-Oct-19
BigOk 13-Oct-19
Jaquomo 13-Oct-19
Mule Power 13-Oct-19
midwest 13-Oct-19
otcWill 13-Oct-19
Wapitidung 13-Oct-19
12-Oct-19

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We finished our archery season two for two with small bulls.. have some great friends that hunt first season rifle and set up a nice wall tent camp. Wife is out of town and left me to my own devises with my daughter for the weekend.. didn’t want to sit in town so... she made her first trip to elk camp..

From: Ucsdryder
12-Oct-19
How old?! At 4 I started promising to take my daughter elk hunting when she was 8. It seemed so far off. She turns 8 this month and she hasn’t let me forget my promise. I guess she’s elk hunting next year!

From: kota-man
12-Oct-19
Very nice! Enjoy...They grow up fast...

From: pa10point
12-Oct-19
Great picture. Keep holding on tight like that, they are grown and gone before you know it.

12-Oct-19
She’s 7. We had a great day. We just made it home. I am watching one of the guys dog so had to come home but wished we could have stayed..

From: Scoot
12-Oct-19
Awesome. 7 is a fun age! Enjoy it!

From: Quinn @work
12-Oct-19
You two should of spent the night there. Get her back out there. My kid's best memories were made at elk camp. Kids love camping for whatever reason.

From: Vonfoust
12-Oct-19
Great job Dad! Enjoy these days.

From: Glunt@work
13-Oct-19

Glunt@work's embedded Photo
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Very cool! My 10 year old daughter tagged along for a couple days this year during archery. She focused on raspberries.

From: Quinn @work
13-Oct-19
I took my 13 year old daughter who's barely big enough to shoulder a high powered rifle on her first antelope hunt. Although we never got closer than 800 yards to an antelope she still had a great time. Her highlights were stopping to pet the horses in the pasture and me setting her up on a prairie dog town for her to shoot 20-30 rounds with the .22 (no fear, no recoil)

Young kids just enjoy spending time outdoors with Dad or Mom. It doesn't matter if they notch their tag or even if they have a tag. Get the kids out there early. Once they get to High School there's so many other distractions that can and will occupy their time.

Some of us will get lucky and have a hunting partner for life but the reality is most of us won't. Just the world we live in these days. At the least both of you will be able to look back and say we had a great time and made memories.

Take them with you while you can. You won't regret it.

From: BULELK1
13-Oct-19
Good for ya both.

Enjoy

Good luck, Robb

From: BigOk
13-Oct-19
Quinn X2

From: Jaquomo
13-Oct-19
At 13 my daughter calleed in a bull for me and helped me pack meat out. She was building custom fly rods and was a pro quality fly tyer. We did many father-daughter camping, hunting and fishing trips. By 16 she had colored hair, a nostril ring, and was hanging out with artsy-city kids. Lost all interest in all the things we used to do together.

Danny, enjoy it while you can because we never know what the future will bring.

From: Mule Power
13-Oct-19
That is awesome! Make sure she has fun. Hopefully she keeps talking about elk camp until she’s old enough to go there with an elk tag.

From: midwest
13-Oct-19
Thanks for passing it on!

From: otcWill
13-Oct-19
Good stuff Dad!

From: Wapitidung
13-Oct-19
Perfect!

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