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Outdoors: Passing hunting down through generations

For one family, youth hunt is full of lifelong lessons


October 25, 2018

Colin Thompson

For many boys and girls in Montana, learning to hunt, having hunting passed down through the generations of their families, is a right of passage. And many youths grow up waiting, almost impatiently, for their turn to get out in the field.

The addition of programs such as the Hunter Apprentice Program allows individuals as young as 10 years of age to obtain a certificate and purchase some general licenses to hunt without completion of hunter education for two years. This apprentice hunter must be accompanied by a mentor at least 21 years of age and follow the apprentice hunter rules. The M...

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