If money is the issue because they can't afford the equipment, there is no excuse. I had three part time jobs by the time I turned 16 along with school and sports and lived in a house with 5 other siblings. We hardly had anything given to us. Bought all my equipment before I was 12 with lawn mowing money and started riding out to the woods with my dad. We always sat in separate areas on public ground. The first year I hunted, I saw ONE deer. Never once even got a youth tag because I didn't want to be restricted to hunting with-in arms reach of someone at all times, heck I don't even know if they existed to tell the truth, but I wouldn't have wanted one anyway. If kids want to spend all their money on video games that cost $60 each, so be it. We don't need to keep giving youth tags to Adults that can legally die for this country, IMO. The best way to learn is to get out there and try and do new things and they'll get a better grasp on hunting by making their own mistakes. Quit messing with the seasons and regs, because everything has been working just fine the way it is for years.