Keep Hunting a Tradition for Years to Come

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posted on January 29, 2016
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With city populations constantly growing and the suburbs spreading further and further out, it can be difficult for families and kids to venture out into the great, wide-open outdoors to learn the ropes. It can be even more of a challenge, for those kids not raised in a hunting family, to acquire the knowledge and skills of hunting if they voice their interest.


Thankfully many organizations know of this problem and want to help! Pass It On, Pheasants Forever, Fathers in the Field, National Wild Turkey Federation and more have created hunting mentoring programs for your interested child.

Visit NRA Blog for all the information on these wonderful opportunities.

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