I stopped hunting a li'l over 20 years ago, when it quit bein' fun. It's sad how PA killed the tradition. When I was a kid, even while my sons were into their teens, the first day of buck season was almost bigger than Christmas. I think most kids were more excited about it, at least. For the few that still hunt, it's just not that big of a deal anymore. With all the idiotic zoning and other regulations, it's almost impossible to know what's legal to shoot, let alone where and when it's legal to shoot it anymore.Thanks for the thoughts. My orange jacket with the Lifetime Senior License hangs at the far end of the closet now, and has for the past eight years. Ahhh, , , , but the years before were memorable.
Took both my sons out to the range since they were four, and hunting at 12. Took several other peope's kids, too. It was great to watch the skillls developed on the range turn them into responsible and careful hunters in the field.