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Published on: 29 Jan 2017 by samarkishor
If you have been a hunting expert all your life its high time you passed that skill on to your kids. Not only doing that will introduce your kids to the world of Mother Nature they will also be introduced to a fun way of staying fit. However before making your child take the first step towards this direction, there are a few things that you would have to do to ensure right progress. Let us find out what are those.
First and foremost it is necessary for your kids to become friendly with the outdoor surroundings. With that intention take them out to nearby forests, meadows, ponds, lakes etc. and let them get friendly with the way things would work here.You can also help them in studying the kind of plants and animals and their food habits as well. The fact that your child loves outdoors will be clear to you in this phase itself.
The second step would be to hiring them as your apprentices. Since you already know the tricks of the trade it is best to teach them using some practical experiments. Take them out on your next trip and make them do jobs which form the beginning steps. However, make sure to not push your child into doing something he does not like. Only if you feel that the child is taking part willingly then pursue the interest further.
Now that you know that they are interested too you should brief them about the hunting laws in your state and how they work. You might also have to get some licenses issued before finally, your child can also visit the wilderness. These licenses are mostly issued by state authority boards so you might have to research a little bit. Your child will emulate your behavior hence ensure that you are first abiding by these rules.
Teach your children the correct way of handling and operating the equipment.You might not be able to teach him gun handling at this moment but adjusting the rimfire scope is something you can definitely tell him. However, make sure that you are always available by his side and guns are not left unattended with the child as kids are inquisitive creatures. Never take things lightly with children as your slight carelessness can lead to a grave disaster.
Try telling your child how to master the art of getting better hunts. Most kids at that age are there only to have some outdoor fun hence developing their interest in the game is of utmost importance. Instead of just going once in a while take multiple trips and introduce them to this unique passion of yours slowly. Also, make sure that you celebrate each kill of yours as that will seal your child’s interest into hunting.
Kids are willing to learn provided we have the time to teach them. Hunting is a great outdoor activity to bond with the children and also teaches them how to be close to Mother Nature. Follow the above tips to pass this family tradition on to your kids. We are sure that your children are going to thank you one day for doing that.