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Old November 17th, 2010, 06:33 PM   #1
 
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Whos your favourite hunting partner??

Hey all food for thought....whos your favourite hunting partner..??....I guess when i was a kid it was always my Dad hes now kinda retired from hunting....i have my 16 yr old son and three old and dear freinds that fit that bill but i would have to say when i am out in the boonies chaseing game anything from ducks and pheasants to Deer and pigs with my 16 yr old boy i cant think of a happier place to be ,hes been coming with me since he was around 4-5 yrs old and has certainly now had his fair share of game,theres something very satisying watching your son pull off a great shot varminting or stalk a spiker deer successfully....i cant think of any better pass time to share with my boy.......
photos of my boy with his first deer 5 years ago in 2005 11yrs old.[IMG][/IMG][IMG][/IMG]
this photo was taken this year 2010 15 yrs old




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Old November 17th, 2010, 06:59 PM   #2
 
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mine is my old lady, shes a damn good spotter!
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I had a hunting partner for about 35 years. We moved and when I got with the wife she wanted to start hunting. So my old hunting partner still hunts where we did in Georgia and now my new hunting partner is my serial deer killer wife. She does real well and hasn't let many get by her.Actually it was a pretty good switch. Those who hunt together stay together LOL.
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My old lady could spot a squirell at 100 yards. She's my best huntin' buddy.
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Im with kiwihunter, my favorite hunting partner was my dad but he has retired from hunting I have a close group of friends that all go out hunting, but my favorite and most reliable would be my black lab he loves hunting more then I do
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my chocolate lab WAS my rabbit hunting partner, too old now. Next up was the oldest step son, but video games turned his brain to mush. Now the ole lady fits the bill, great shot too
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It has always been my son he went with me since he was old enough to walk. He has become a very good hunter and marksman I could not be more proud of him. We live about 600 miles apart now and he is passing down the tradition to his son and daughter. we are trying to set up an elk hunt in arizona for next year. Here is some pics of my son when he was 9 and also his last two deer hunts

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It has always been my son he went with me since he was old enough to walk. He has become a very good hunter and marksman I could not be more proud of him. We live about 600 miles apart now and he is passing down the tradition to his son and daughter. we are trying to set up an elk hunt in arizona for next year. Here is some pics of my son when he was 9 and also his last two deer hunts

this deer was taken in 2009


this is his archery buck from this year.

I love that smile it hasn't changed
Good for you southern gunner....from a fine boy to a fine man you must certainly be very proud of him as i am of my guy (looks like a couple of nice Bucks there),that Arizona Elk hunt sounds like outstanding fun.
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Good for you southern gunner....from a fine boy to a fine man you must certainly be very proud of him as i am of my guy (looks like a couple of nice Bucks there),that Arizona Elk hunt sounds like outstanding fun.
Thank you kiwihunter, you are right I am very proud of him. Your son is lucky to have a role model like you show him the way, You have done well and I know you are proud of him. Hank Williams Jr. said it best in his song"A Country Boy Can Survive" . Hunting is great but knowing that our sons can provide food for their families in times of need is indeed a relief to a father.

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Thank you kiwihunter, you are right I am very proud of him. Your son is lucky to have a role model like you show him the way, You have down well and I know you are proud of him. Hank Williams Jr. said it best in his song"A Country Boy Can Survive" . Hunting is great but knowing that our sons can provide food for their families in times of need is indeed a relief to a father.
Love that song ...."i got a shotgun a rifle and a four wheel drive and a country boy can survive"....theres a verse in there even for our old mate 'frostbite'....id love to spit some beechnut in that dudes eye and.....well you know how the rest goes ...LOL .Yes its good to see those skills passed from father to son....take care mate.
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...theres a verse in there even for our old mate 'frostbite'....id love to spit some beechnut in that dudes eye and.....well you know how the rest goes ...
rofl ...
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My dad is still my hunting partner, he started taking me when I was 5 and hopefully is still around for many years to come!
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My dad is still my hunting partner, he started taking me when I was 5 and hopefully is still around for many years to come!
Good for you mate,father and son hunting is a very special thing,and those times are indeed to be cherished and enjoyed i wish you and your Dad every success and safe hunting in the future.
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Thanks kiwi, I hope u and your son have success of your own!
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