Posted 11/29/17 (Wed)
By Carissa Suter
Hunting is a hobby for many people in western North Dakota. Some children grow up looking forward to getting a youth tag and joining their fathers hunting, and for some adults it’s a hobby enjoyed with friends.
But for Patty and JJ Wolff and their children, it’s a time-honored tradition where hunting together as a family is a rite of birth.
The Wolffs’ four children, Isaac (9), Mason (7), Audrey (6) and Bella (4), have been on hunting expeditions with their parents since they could walk. Both Patty and JJ grew up on farms and hunted with their parents from a young age so it was without question that when their children came along they would take them hunting as well.
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