I don't. Didn't grow up doing it, didn't stay around home to become one of the good old boys, and was too busy making a living all those years elsewhere. Now that I do live in good game country, it's all behind posted fences for nonresident hunters who will pay to get in. Not to mention that the hunting regs look like income tax instructions. So I just get out and prowl on my own as best I can, do my thing, and pursue other shooting sports. My kids, whom I taught how to handle guns and shoot, have zero interest at this point. I suspect that 98% of all kids nationwide could care less. Some years back I talked with a rep of a large sporting goods firm who stated that they expected hunting to go into a long steady decline from which it would not recover. I think he was right.