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He won't quit pestering me to go flintlock hunting.
 

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How did you get him to sit still and be quiet?
 

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Thanks. I know my kid won't be quiet, but I figure some days you see stuff and some you don't. He's got to start somewhere.
 

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Make it a learning experience, not just sitting on a log.
 

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I agree./...Good comment John... I started going with my dad at a very young age and he always took the time to tell and teach me things about, wildlife, different trees, finding one way around in the woods and soooo many useful thing which made the trip interesting.....
 

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Chaos said:
How did you get him to sit still and be quiet?
His bottle! My oldest has always been good in the woods. All day sits dont bother him. Lots of food, and the DS has helped.
 

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Chaos said:
How did you get him to sit still and be quiet?
Yesterday I handed my mentored 7 year old an empty quick load tude and told him it was full of dyamite powder and it must be held ventical and perfectly still at all times.....an occasional eyeroll was about it.
 

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Took my G-son out once and after about 15 minutes he asked if I was ready to go back. When asked why he said "Pap, 5 hours is a long time for me"...LOL
 
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