We hear it on a regular basis...spend time with your kids. Your time is a key investment in their future. Just providing for your family is not enough. Todays parent needs to be willing to make an extra effort to educate ones children about what is REALLY important. A solid moral example is a good start...knowing right from wrong puts them a step ahead of kids that are not taught respect. Taking the time to let them help you catch fishing bait...cleaning and regular maintenance of your reels, and respooling...pouring sinkers...powdercoating the jig heads different colors...looking for shed antlers....picking morel mushrooms...reloading ammunition...building arrows...hanging deer stands...building a duck blind...changing the oil in your truck...tossing the football, baseball, or softball out in the back yard...feeding/watering/exercising the bird dogs...will teach responsibility and that there is more to meets the eye when it comes down to just about everything. Take them fishing or hunting after they have helped you build up to it...and then have them help your clean your catch. That way they witness the circle of life. Most of all...be aware of who your kids friends are. Invite them along on hunting and fishing trips along with your own kid...nothing tells you more about a person when you get them in the great outdoors. I'm fortunate to have kids who are interested in hunting, fishing, and camping. Mostly because I started them out at a very early age...and managed to keep things interesting for a short attention span having kid. That is the most difficult part...because as we all know...every single moment outdoors isn't always productive...and its possible for a kid to get bored easily.