Where to take a kid with a 16ft jon & 25hp merc
1. Food is your number one ticket. They can eat at a buffet and be hungry the second you step out of the truck.
2. Be prepared for loud crabby kids. Its going to happen. Dont force them to be quiet.
3. Bring a couple toys for the blind or books, etc.
4. Plan accordingly for the weather.
5. Decrease your expectations of a successful days. Some of my best outdoors days have been taking the first doe we saw with a bow (essentially ruining chances at bucks), changing tactics and focusing on carp. This past summer I tried to get my son to cast into the big gills...he was more entertained with the 1 inchers at his feet.
6. Dont push the early mornings. I give up most early/prime mornings to hunt at a normal time with my kids..
Just a few thoughts to ponder..Have fun!1
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Why not do some scouting with your 2-1/2 year old? I am sure he would enjoy that. Maybe next time say you're wanting to take out your mother, or disabled father, and can someone give up some spots they know of to you.
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