Dewey wrote:NorthStar wrote:Not disagreeing with you and I feel like this topic is still being misunderstood. Public land hunting is great! Most content and products designed for the mobile hunter right now are great! All I am saying is that the old hunting industry is catching on to this new fad and as a result, I need to start applying a new level of caution. Some of the new podcasts and social media content I have been reviewing lately have me believing that people are trying to exploit this trend.
Absolutely. It's still pretty easy to separate the BS from the legitimate stuff though. I agree that people need to be aware.
IMO the hunting industry as a whole has always been more concerned with making $$$ than helping people be more successful hunters.
New hunters are more likely to buy into the more/better stuff you have the better the odds of being successful, which is not the case.
Thankfully Dan and others on this site have been teaching people what to do to put themselves in the game.
IMO serious public land hunters are more likely than most to know all you “need” is determination, the capacity pay attention and learn and a bow or gun.