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Hunting and Trapping

Neil's father learned to hunt and trap from his grandfather, Grandpa Reed. A good hunter and trapper with a love of fishing, Felix Brown ran a trapline from Grassland north to Fort McMurray. Neil developed a love of hunting because he and his mother were often charged with cleaning the skins. Neil learned he good make good money for himself hunting squirrels, coyotes, muskrat, and beaver.

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