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Good job Dad! He will
My 8 year old took his first animal this morning. It was cold and windy and my expectations were very low.
He was standing in the blind “dancing” to keep warm when he leaned over and asked “should we shoot that?” I turned to look behind me and this Tom had popped up into our blind spot. The little guy put a great shot on him and the “celebrating” began. I’ve never been so happy on a hunt in my life. Seeing his smile was something I’ll never forget. View attachment 360873View attachment 360874
 
tribb

tribb

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My 8 year old took his first animal this morning. It was cold and windy and my expectations were very low.
He was standing in the blind “dancing” to keep warm when he leaned over and asked “should we shoot that?” I turned to look behind me and this Tom had popped up into our blind spot. The little guy put a great shot on him and the “celebrating” began. I’ve never been so happy on a hunt in my life. Seeing his smile was something I’ll never forget. View attachment 360873View attachment 360874
My 8 year old took his first animal this morning. It was cold and windy and my expectations were very low.
He was standing in the blind “dancing” to keep warm when he leaned over and asked “should we shoot that?” I turned to look behind me and this Tom had popped up into our blind spot. The little guy put a great shot on him and the “celebrating” began. I’ve never been so happy on a hunt in my life. Seeing his smile was something I’ll never forget. View attachment 360873View attachment 360874
Well I tried to say congratulations but he phone blew up! He will remember this always !!!!!
 
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Never had to buy any fancy clothes or turkey calls when I lived in the foot hills of California.
Just had to open the patio door and take your pick. Turkeys just trying to make a living. lol
Never a shortage of Turkeys there. Sometimes there were over 20 of them at one time. A big
Tom would sit on top of the house and watch and when they were done wrecking havoc they would
go down to the creek below. The big Tom would fly down and what a wingspan...
 

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birddog 68

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Never had to buy any fancy clothes or turkey calls when I lived in the foot hills of California.
Just had to open the patio door and take your pick. Turkeys just trying to make a living. lol
Never a shortage of Turkeys there. Sometimes there were over 20 of them at one time. A big
Tom would sit on top of the house and watch and when they were done wrecking havoc they would
go down to the creek below. The big Tom would fly down and what a wingspan...
Looks like you need a bigger bird feeder!
 

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