There are life lessons kids learn in school, and then there are life lessons they learn out on the land, with their dad, hunting. Indeed, a father and son spending time together on a hunt is just about the best feeling in the world, complete with things to see and do, lessons to learn, and, if they’re lucky, ducks or other wildlife to show for their time and effort.
In today’s world, too many sons are lost. They’re being raised by TV shows about the Kardashians. That’s not cool. If ever there was a time when dads needed to be dads, now is it. If you’re a dad, step up to the plate and take your son hunting– it’ll do him a world of good.
Boys are only boys for so long before they grow up to be men. Boys should enjoy their boyhood, doing boy activities. Hunting is technically gender neutral, but for the most part it’s pretty much a guy thing, and that’s alright. Men need to hang out together and learn from one another. Hunting is a means of doing this, with the goal to actually catch their prey and then proudly display it to others, whether through a photograph or a mounting on the wall.
Boys shouldn’t spend all their time indoors playing video games. As a father, you want to give your son memorable experiences and adventures. Real life is meant to be lived. The unique bond between father and son needs to be nurtured, and hunting is a perfect excuse to do so.
Ask around and you’ll discover that many dads are so busy working to make more and more money that they barely spend anytime with their family, let alone quality time with their sons. That’s a shame. Sons crave spending time with their dads, even if they don’t verbally express that.
Rather than spend money on things, why not spend money on experiences? Take your son hunting with Pluck-A-Duck. Call 870-588-5608 to make reservations.