I am sure many will take offense to what I have to say but I am sad thinking about where hunting has gone since I started years ago. A lot of the ethics have faded away. When I was young it was bad form to weasel in on another hunters spot, especially one seriously into the sport. Land access has pushed us away from that. Hunting used to be more about the time in the tree and the one on one challenge in killing a giant. More and more I see footage of huge bucks standing in a food plot being killed from a heated blind. We are using more and more advanced bows and crossbows are talked about as another addition to our sport. Cellular cams are giving us another excuse to stay at home, warm blinds keep is out of the trees, food plots keep is from killing deer on their terms in a natural environment. Everyone has the right to do what they want to on their own farms. There are reasons why we all do what we do. I am a fan of the old way. Hard to say if I would think different if I had unlimited land and money. But for today, I relish going into an area with regular farm layout and harvest and find a shooter, pattern him and hopefully overmatch him in his environment. Yes I use some trail cams, and I have a z7 extreme so I am not in the stone age. But shed dogs and 4/wheelers are out for me. Are there many of us left? I am sure some are even more conservative than I. I dont know if easier is always better. Oh and the "grass is always greener" guys I am not a fan of either, often causes bad feelings.