I'm getting very discouraged with the TV hunting shows lately. They aren't really hunting shows anymore; they are just 1/2 hour commercials for some kind of hunting product or other, with more commercials for other products thrown in every 10 minutes. Most of them have about 2 minutes of actual hunting, and the rest is garbage. None that I have seem lately have any instructional benefit at all. Kids are going to grow up thinking they need $2500 worth of gear, a Rhino, and several food plots, to go out and enjoy a day of hunting. I used to get up early every weekend to watch them, now I hate to waste my time on them. I spent several hours last weekend watching hunting DVDs instead. Even on the DVDs, with the possible excepting of Prime Time Bucks, most of the deer killed were standing in wide open food plots. Doesn't anyone hunt in the woods anymore? Has the art of stalking game given way to just sitting over a bait station and looking over 50-150 deer, until the "right one" comes along? Does anyone teach the basics of woodcraft anymore? Are there any hunters left that scout on foot, instead of from the front seat of a pickup truck? I guess I'm just "old school" but I don't care much for what is happening to to the sport of hunting, at least not TV hunting. I don't know what it like in your neck of the woods, but around here you just don't see 3,4,5 shooter bucks at a time wandering around open fields in broad daylight. What do ya'll think?