Monday I found a new place in the Jefferson National Forest to hunt. It's a beautiful spot with a stream running down from the mountains with Mountain Laurel thickets on one side and hard woods on the other. There is plenty of deer sign, bear sign, turkey sign, AND PEOPLE SIGN. On my way out after some scouting I picked up 2 milk jugs, 6 beer cans, 4 or 5 soda bottles, and a couple candy wrappers, all that would fit in the little trash bag I always carry with me in my fanny pack. I'd bet that with a little effort I could fill the back of my pickup truck with other peoples trash by the end of the season. Here's the game: You're hopeing to drag a 150-200 pound deer out anyway, aren't you? Carry a small trash bag with you and if you don't get a deer, see if you can fill the bag up on your way out. If you can't fill it up, you're very lucky. If you can you will be doing yourself and everyone else a favor...including the wildlife. Take your kids hunting with you and teach them the game, also. You'll be amazed at how much fun they will have and how much more enjoyable your future hunts will be.