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    2011 MT Speedgoat.

    He's not quite a monster, but I had some of my kids with me, so it was a great hunt anyway. My 7 year-old boy made the stalk with me (over one mile on our bellies - no I'm not exaggerating), and my 5 year old girl met up with us after the shot, so it made it that much better:



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    Very nice work!!

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    Love to see the youngins involved! Good looking speed goat.

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    Nice speed goat!! Even better looking family!

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    Very cool to have the kidos with you. Great buck too!

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    Nice goat BB! Awesome to see the kids out enjoying it with you!

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    Very cool BB, I took my son on my first Antelope hunt back in 1990, it was a great experience for both of us. Antelope hunt'n can truly be a family affair.

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    The boy has been going with since he was 4, but this was his first "real" stalk, and he was into it! As you can see, he couldn't even take his eyes off the goat for the picture. He also found a muley shed while we were making the recovery. My wife saw I posted this pic, and she reminded me how she was concerned my daughter would be scared or grossed out. She was not, to say the least.
    Last edited by Bitterroot Bulls; 02-18-2012 at 09:21 AM.

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    Yep, your doing it right IMO, plant the seed early on and your not only raising a family........your grooming life long hunt'n partners.

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    Good job bb. How long ago was this? I can't wait for my kids to get old enough to take em out and get them hooked on the disease of hunting. It looks like your kids are going to have the disease early?

 

 

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