The Kids Are Alright

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By Ted Gartner

f you’ve spent any amount of time around your local Quail Forever chapter (or any other conservation organization for that matter), you’ve heard the mantra: take a kid hunting. And without question, it’s true that children are the future of our sport. But how exactly do you introduce a kid to upland hunting – and more importantly, how do you make sure that a young hunter’s time afield is enjoyable?

I certainly don’t have all the answers, but as the father of two now-college-aged kids, I’ve learned a thing or two over the years about exposing kids to hunting and the outdoors.

No “One-Size-Fits-All”  First and foremost, every kid is different. Our daughter, Kathleen, was (and still is) an

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