I was just wondering how many of you have passed on your hunting skills to your children or some other youngen you may know. I never had anyone teach me anything about hunting. Everything I learned, I learned by trial and error. I started hunting when I was 13. I always went out by myself, found my own spots, and so on. I shot my first deer when I was 22. I didn't shoot my first buck until I was 30. I began bow hunting when I was 31. Since then I have really honed my skills. I have taken out all 3 of my children. Only one of them has really excelled. The other two just don't get into that much though. my one son pretty much knows just as much as I do. The only thing he lacks that I have is experience. My son shot his first deer in his first year, age 13. He shot his first buck at age 14. He is now 22 and he has killed 13 deer. 12 of them has been with his bow and one of them with a shotgun. He has also killed 4 bucks now all with his bow. It is a joy knowing I have given to my son what no one was able to give to me. A life time of memories. I hope he can in turn pass it on to his son.