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Offline idaho guy

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Re: New hunter in Spokane best place for kids
« Reply #15 on: March 06, 2021, 01:04:28 PM »
Kids are the secret weapon for access on private land!!  Don't be afraid to knock on doors and ask to hunt, lots of folks still say yes.

Consider a turkey hunt too, it's exciting and pretty low pressure.... If you blow it on a turkey you can usually find another to chase around. 

Pm me if you want to talk more specifically about places to go or tactics.

 :yeah: Have your son knock on doors and ask permission with you by his side  :tup: I was pretty amazed at the people who said yes to him at 9-10 years old. In my opinion turkey hunt is by far the best first time youth hunt and permission for dumb birds will be easy with the little guy!!   

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Re: New hunter in Spokane best place for kids
« Reply #16 on: March 06, 2021, 05:46:07 PM »
Don't forget in order for your kids to hunt they must have passed Hunter Education.
They can get a 1 time waiver if they are with someone who has had their license for the last 3 (I believe) consecutive years
And they have to be ten years old according to the website.

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Re: New hunter in Spokane best place for kids
« Reply #17 on: March 06, 2021, 08:31:53 PM »
Don't forget in order for your kids to hunt they must have passed Hunter Education.
They can get a 1 time waiver if they are with someone who has had their license for the last 3 (I believe) consecutive years
And they have to be ten years old according to the website.

 :yeah:

My son past hunters education in 2014, he was 8 years old.
 

My son took and passed at 8 also in 2011

 


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