I have been hunting since I was 10,I am 56. The experience is so different now,what was once an enjoyable experience has become something completely different. Aside from the states money grabbing get you for every permit they can,and the unlimited doe's that you can kill,and the never ending seasons. The fact that you see way less deer then you did 20 years ago. The "hunters" that steal your stands and cameras. The hunters that set up right next to you. All that aside, today's generation only wants to sit inside and stare at some video game. They are totally disconnected from anything that has to do with being outside or physical activity. They want instant gratification,being uncomfortable sitting in a tree with the "hope" they might get an opportunity and making a shot is something they do not want to do. They would rather play some video game where they shoot a "person" in a highly realistic game and laugh when someones head gets blown off. This also makes a disconnect from what a gun is capable of doing to any living creature. The complete opposite of what most of us were taught about never point a loaded weapon at anything you do not want to kill. Video killed the radio star.