I've waited for the time the young bucks at deer camp could fill the tags, drag 'em out, and cut 'em up. I could just be camp cook and give sage advise. I don't see this happening any time soon. I think these young folks watch to many hunting shows, they drag so much gear into the woods they sound like a marching band going in. Spray their cloths with this stuff, shower with that stuff, have a little bottle of talc to see which way the wind blows, grunt calls, heated coats, ect. Now the sage advise I give them- buy a good set of hunting boots, a dependable rifle (45-70) and sit down and shut up till your froze to death, then get up and walk slowly in "buck" country. Every year I make them venison care packages out of the 2 I kill so they can taste what they're hunting for. I don't feel the need to kill another buck but I like venison so until someone kills them for me I hunt. I will be at deer camp one way or the other so long as ground is under me not over me.
“I won't be wronged. I won't be insulted. I won't be laid a-hand on. I don't do these things to other people, and I require the same from them.”
― John Wayne "The Shootist"