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Something that has been successful on many levels has been the youth hunt movement across many states and many hunting seasons.

Youth hunts are a fairly new as far as official seasons are concerned. For the past few years there have been specific seasons for young hunters. It’s been a nice call out to the youth to get them interested in hunting and it also gets the parents and mentors interested in taking the kids out to the field.

An annual youth pheasant hunt in Oregon has been in the news lately for having great impact on the youth hunters in the state. People have been signing up and demand appears to be on the rise. It’s a good sign for the hunting industry that kids remain interested in pheasant hunting.

Hunting has always been for family and friends. The traditions of hunting were built by the elders in the family and communities taking the youth out for hunts. The kids would learn to hunt and shoot, but they would also learn about life.

Respect is something taught to all hunters from their mentors. Young hunters learn to respect the birds they are chasing and the land they are hunting on. Sure there are a few bad apples that don’t learn to respect the hunt or the other people involved, but that’s true with anything in life.

These youth hunts are important today. It’s important for kids to get outside to enjoy nature. Too much time is spent in front of screens. People need to learn the basic instincts and skills in life like respect and self sufficiency. There is also a little problem solving involved with pheasant hunting. Give me a hunter that has it all figured out and I’ll show you someone that hasn’t hunted enough.

In a world where respect and problem solving are lost aspects of life it’s great to see kids and adults together learning about life through youth hunts like the pheasant hunt in Oregon.

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