Coon Hunting with My 4 Year Old Son: Puddles and Rio Treed Close to Home

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    pursued with hounds
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    land type
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  • Bo's avatar

    Dude best pic of the yewr

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    @Bo thanks

  • Lisa's avatar

    Lol (a little past his bedtime)! I LOVE this! Well done, Ben! Absolutely wonderful photos

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    @Lisa thanks

  • Brian's avatar

    Love the pic of your son looking up the tree, as far as that goes they are all awesome. 👍

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    @Brian thanks

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    @Robert Forrest thanks

  • Jared's avatar

    That is a framer. Good job dad!!!!!!

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    @Mighty thanks

  • That’s Awesome! That’s the future of the sport coming up. Great pictures!

  • Ben's avatar

    @Stephen yup trying to raise him up to love it! Thanks

  • Jared's avatar

    My wife just had this come up in her phone memories this morning. My youngest daughter’s first coonhunt at 3. Time flies, she is now 12 and my oldest daughter is moved out and married.

  • Jared's avatar

    This is my youngest daughter with her cur pups first coon just the other night. Not trying to hyjack your post just relevant to getting kids in the woods and I appreciate your passion.

  • Bo's avatar

    That's what it's all about . What good is knowledge if you can't share it or pass it on

  • Bo's avatar

    Not only is good to have the kids out there doing this and participating but to also have them comfortable and fitted for their own clothing so they can move and be a part of the hunt. Little fella looks like a grown man standing there with his hounds.

  • @Ben Your Welcome, I try to get my Brother to let me take my nieces out hunting, they are 6 & 7 but he hasn’t let me yet lol.

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    @Mighty great pictures and that’s what I’m

  • Ben's avatar

    @Mighty great pictures and that’s what I’m hoping for when my boys get older. Raising their own pups to do it all.

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    @Bo there is a lot to know when it comes to running hounds so if he can be raised doing it hopefully he’ll pick it up. Yes having good fitting clothes is important and luckily he’s well outfitted at the moment but it was harder when he was a bit smaller

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    @Stephen definitely get them girls out there I’ve taken a few of my nephews as well

  • @Ben Yeah I’m trying to get him to let me take them lol.

  • Jared's avatar

    For years we have taken a group of nieces, nephews, and cousins out usually opening night of season. Most of them are grown now, but they all remember those nights. Good memories for sure.

  • Bo's avatar

    @Ben I know what you mean. My oldest will be 21 this January r and my twins will be 16 in December so I know all about passing down clothes and hanging on to things just for this reason.

  • Ben's avatar

    @Bo we have bought a few coats on clearance that are still too big but as expensive as stuff is I’d rather save and wait than pay full price lol

  • Bo's avatar

    @Ben yayayayaya its the lufe of a hunting family ..

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