What better way to start your season early, teach a youth about hunting and woodsmanship, provide food for the table, or begin your own hunting passion than the pursuit of small game. Small game, and I’ll throw bird hunting under this label too, can be one of the most rewarding experiences spent outdoors.
I grew up slipping through the woods with my father trying to sneak up on a grey squirrel or busting brush to kick up a rabbit or flush a cockbird. I didn’t always realize it at the time, but those are some of the fondest memories from my childhood that I have. Not to mention, that those adventures, with my Red Rider in hand, instilled a love of nature and the outdoors that has become an obsession today.
If you are interested in hunting for the first time or just to expand your hunting season, small game hunting is a great place to start.
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